📄️ Getting Started Android
You're 3 steps away from adding great in-app support to your Xamarin App.
📄️ Helpshift APIs Android
Helpshift provides a way to use each functional element of the SDK separately based on your requirements.You can call only specific screens from the SDK based on thefunctionality you want to expose in your app.There are 6 different ways in which the Helpshift SDK can be presented in your app.
📄️ SDK Configuration
Helpshift provides several config options which can be used to customize behaviour of the SDK.
Learn more about Users
📄️ Skinning & Customization
Learn about Skinning the Helpshift SDK to match the look-n-feel of your app. Customize localizable strings to support multiple languages in the SDK UI.
📄️ String Customization
Customize all the strings in Helpshift SDK's user interface
📄️ Notifications Android
Configure Push and In-app notifications.
📄️ Going International
Learn more about Going International
📄️ Tracking Android
Track events and user actions when the user starts a new conversation.Attach custom metadata to every conversation started via the SDK.
📄️ Helpshift Delegates
The Helpshift SDK provides delegate callbacks to help app developers track a user's activities within the help section.
📄️ Reviews & Feedback
Asking for reviews and feedback
📄️ Helpshift Xamarin SDK performance
SDK payload size and memory usage
Learn more about Troubleshooting
📄️ Migrating from 1.x to 2.x Android
If you have been using the Helpshift Xamarin plugin version 1.x for android and want to upgrade to the 2.x version, please follow the steps below —
📄️ Upgrading from 2.3.x to 2.4.0
The Helpshift SDK v2.4.0 is a major update. Please note the we have deprecated some APIs. If you have questions or feedback, please Contact Us
📄️ Upgrading from 2.6.0 to 3.0.0
The Helpshift SDK v3.0.0 is a major update, and we have deprecated some APIs. If you have questions or feedback, please Contact Us
📄️ License Information
Learn more about License Information