📄️ Getting Started
Follow these simple steps to add Helpshift in-app support to your Android app right away.
📄️ Helpshift APIs
Helpshift provides a way to use each functional element of the SDK separately based on your requirements.
📄️ SDK Configuration
Helpshift provides several configuration options that you can use to customize the behavior of the SDK.
📄️ User Identification & Management
Learn more about identifying and managing users.
Learn more about configuring push and in-app notifications.
Learn more about customizing Helpshift UI elements.
Learn more about internationalization.
Track events and user actions when the user starts a new conversation. Attach custom metadata to every conversation started via the SDK.
📄️ Outbound Support
With outbound support, you can proactively engage with consumers to solve problems within the app. Read more about the feature **[here](https://support.helpshift.com/hc/faq/1163-outbound-support-create-outbound-support-link)**.
📄️ Helpshift Delegates
The Helpshift SDK provides delegate callbacks to help app developers track a user's activities within the help section.
📄️ Deep Linking in FAQs
Using custom URL schemes to support deep linking in your app.
📄️ Release Notes
Read the Release Notes in detail.
📄️ Impact Analysis
For every release of the SDK, this page tracks the impact of the SDK on various build and runtime aspects of your application.
📄️ Migration Guide
This migration guide will walk you through the steps you need to take in order to migrate from Helpshift legacy SDK to SDK X.
Learn more about common SDK problems and their solutions.