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Are there any Saas or Q&A forum APIs I can plug into an existing website?

I'm looking to offer a Q&A forum, and I don't want to recreate the wheel if a service already out there offers API plugins.

3answers

Products like ZenDesk have a whole system built around help centers and tickets.

Discourse and Disqus offer forum-like discussions.

WordPress has several forum plugins.

And that's just what I can think of off the top of my head. My assumption would be that a deeper search on Google will come up with a metric fuckton of options. This is a huge challenge, so I imagine there are tons of companies trying to fill that space.

Good luck!


Answered 3 years ago

If your website is wordpress based I can recommend several add-ons, shoot me a message :) I prefer having the Q&A section or support section inside my own domain and in my server..

Otherwise zendesk is also a great option


Answered 3 years ago

Hi, I've spent some time thinking through how I would go about implementing a Q&A forum.

I don't think I'd necessarily go the API route. In my company we've implemented Zendesk with a custom URL and theme. It lets us add our unique branding while letting Zendesk handle managing the platform.

You could then leverage Zendesk APIs to bring pieces of the help desk into your application.

I'd be happy to jump on a call with you if you want to explore these ideas more in depth.


Answered 2 years ago

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