Granted that entries in an FAQ are subject to change; but say I want to have a separate section for questions that are really only going to be relevant for a very short time - say, a software product version upgrade and questions pertinent to the transition.
I'm looking for something like 'ephemeral questions', or to indicate in some way that this section is reserved for topics that are more fleeting or transient in time. What are my options in this case, either a single word or even a longer phrase (but commonly used in this context)?
For context; this is a general purpose FAQ/KB for a piece of software that addresses:
- Initial usage and reasons for adoption (why should I choose X? etc.)
- Data management & access policies
- Troubleshooting steps
- Planned features, maybe with ETA
- etc ...
- 'Ephemeral' questions which would likely mostly be a mix of troubleshooting & future plans that are relevant for the immediate present: e.g. What are the changes in ACL requirements for next week's release?. Basically, something with enough customer interest to have a question on it; but not needed long-term.