October 10, 2014 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Rochester, New York - Help documents are vital to customer support, and making them is no longer a challenging task. Answers, the new app from Indie developer, Tim Parnell, makes creating and organizing help documents simple. By allowing users to focus on the content, not the code, anyone can quickly create help documents like software help books or website FAQs.
Now updated, Answers allows you to embed images in your documents. This ability extends new power to your communication, making it easier to convey your message with screenshots and more. Version 1.0.5 also changes the way entries are handled allowing the use of HTML in all entries to further creative ability.
Answers touts several export styles that cover a range of uses:
* Export to individual HTML files to compile as a help book to include with software
* Export to PHP to use significantly fewer files online
* Export to Anchor Tags for a classic FAQ feel
* Export to Collapsible Items for a sleek twist on the classic feel
* Add animations with output types that support jQuery
Pricing and Availability:
Answers 1.0.5 is available now for Mac and Windows. Download it now from the website for free. Answers is free to use and build with. Some options and build types are limited to Pro users. Upgrading to a Pro license is $29 USD.
From Rochester, NY, Tim Parnell has been making software since his high-school career 2007. Tim has worked on several popular products, including TinyGrab, and his own creation MacDust. Now, armed with a customer service background, he is back in the game making software for Mac and Windows users alike. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Tim Parnell. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.