Less Attributive Nouns

An attributive noun is a noun that modifies another noun and functions as an adjective. Although attributive nouns make your writing more concise, do not overuse them by building chains of more than 3 nouns.

Note

This may not apply to headings. For example, you would rather name a topic Veeam Backup & Replication User Account Permissions than Permissions of User Accounts Required for Veeam Backup & Replication Installation and Usage.

Example

Veeam ONE comes with a list of predefined alarm remediation action settings.

Remediation action settings allow you to configure Veeam ONE to notify you when a new alarm is triggered.

I want to report a typo

There is a misspelling right here:

 

I want to let the Veeam Documentation Team know about that.