I know there's not much space, but I often find them lacking.
Some just give you microwave directions. Got some fully cooked hot dogs that give directions for boiling and microwaving. Nope.
Despite the proliferation of air fryers, I have never seen air-fryer directions on a package.
I've only seen one brand say you could find other methods on their web site. Generally they may only point you to recipes they have that include more of their products.
I know this is weird, but breakfast today was a hot dog sandwich, with avocado, onion, a bit of hot maple mustard, and garlic powder.
To heat the hot dog, I held it over my gas stove flame to char it, then put it in the air fryer at 400 for 3 minutes. Of course, you can pretty much do hot dogs however you want, but I see this with all types of products.