Right now I add <summary> to nearly every variable just to make sure its documented enough, but it's actually cluttering everything in sight. But instead of having a nice: Code (CSharp): private int some; private string something; private bool onemore; private Vector3 rushmore; I have this: Code (CSharp): /// <summary> OKOASDKOKASD </summary> private int some; /// <summary> OKOASDKOKASD </summary> private string something; /// <summary> OKOASDKOKASD </summary> private bool onemore; /// <summary> OKOASDKOKASD </summary> private Vector3 rushmore; And yes, for very many of those variables, those explanations are crucial. I am not looking for a documentation renderer that would turn all my code and parse it into HTML/CSS file. But if someone opens my project I would like to add comments and clarifications for methods, variables and classes (the way <summary> does). I need to be able to fill my files with solid readable documentation (of ever-changing application) without cluttering my view. 20 variables in a row look way nicer, than 50 rows (20 lines of code, 20 lines of <summary> and a space between each not to lose my mind and keep it readable). Note: I have barely any experience with functionality of Visual Studio itself, so please spare hate if there's a simple switch. P.S.: Heck, maybe you know a fantastic documentation plugin that you would say totally smashes the one of Visual Studio, that'd be great to hear too.