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[2014-06-19] Programmatically Request Help with a Document

Let’s talk about our new help request feature!

Here’s what a typical support request chain looks like: a user has a problem, and emails support. We receive the email, then request extra information, usually a doc log ID and the input HTML. The user provides this information, and then we can start solving the problem. This means a lot of back-and-forth emails between a user and a friendly dinosaur.

We wanted to simplify this support process and make it easier for you to send us the information we need to help troubleshoot a problem document.

Setting help to true when you make your POST request automatically opens a ticket and sends us your document log, input HTML, and generated document. You’ll get a confirmation email, and we’ll be able to start working on your ticket a lot more quickly.

Here’s our documentation for making a help request.

Don’t worry – you can still contact us the old-fashioned way if you prefer. We love talking to you guys!

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