The questions approach adds a lot of extra words
How do I get started?
How are Pictures Uploaded?
How does Editing work?
How you Save your images
The Questions approach came from the Frequently Asked Questions solution, which is a flawed, sloppy and lazy model in its own right. FAQs should be edited, ordered and indexed and searchable to become a useful taxonomy of a help menu - based on key words and hopefully contextual relevance and certainly as a hierarchy that builds user confidence in the correct order (eg. Open a doucment, to Edit, to Save/Share etc.)
Even a simple indexed framework gives users a headstart on the grab-bag of questions-based FAQs
There is a methodology to developing the information architecture, in terms of the most frequently asked questions, and establishing the right foundation to establish user confidence.This seems a matter for a chapter in a book rather than a simple post, but if anyone would like to continue with Menu Hierarchy we could drill down on that. It is largely based on intent, so its difficult to cover completely, but again, could be helped enormously by context. If someone is in the process of saving or sharing a document - you already know what they are likely having a problem with - start with that and give them the options. Sorting the options is going to involve a degree of trial and error.
I hope this is helpful or inspirational in some way, I try to keep things simple and my approach often seems like common sense... could use the upvote - just getting started. Cheers!