The first stumbling block with Hugo

Continuing the discussion from Unable to locate Config file:

This problem comes up a lot. It helps that the output mentions the path that the site was created in

Congratulations! Your new Hugo site is created in /tmp/journal.

But it’s not very prominent. I think that most people skim past it and go to the instructions. Would it be

0. Change to your new site directory using a command
    like "cd /tmp/journal"
1. Download a theme into the /tmp/journal folder.
   Choose a theme from, or
   create your own with the "hugo new theme <THEMENAME>" command.
2. Perhaps you want to add some content. You can add single files
   with "hugo new <SECTIONNAME>/<FILENAME>.<FORMAT>".
3. Start the built-in live server via "hugo server".
   (Do not forget to change to that directory first using "cd /tmp/journal")

Replacing the cd /tmp/journal with the appropriate command and path for the operating system. As an experienced user, it’s easy to overlook how frustrating it is when you don’t know how to start up the server. (And, yes, I realize that it’s a command line utility, but it could really help to remove some of the friction to using it.)