Re:amaze FAQ (Creating your FAQ)

Each of your brands in Re:amaze comes with an FAQ that can be deployed in different formats. Unlike traditional FAQs, Re:amaze-powered FAQs can be:

  • Hosted by itself on its own domain as a "Help Site"
  • Integrated into your site or app as an inline feature
  • Integrated into your Re:amaze Embeds such as the Shoutbox or the Lightbox (See embeddable documentation)
Hosted Help Site FAQ

Having your FAQ on its own domain is known as a Help Site. It is a standalone site that you can link your customers to. Turning it on is as simple as going to "Settings" and then "Brands." Below your brand name will be a link to enable your Help Site.


You can customize your Help Site by clicking on the "See all settings" button under your brand. Here you'll be able to customize things like:

  • The Help Site's appearance
  • Text customization
  • Uploading your own header and footer content in addition to person CSS styles
  • Setting up a custom domain for your Help Site
  • Adding analytics
  • Setting up your search index configurations

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Shoutbox/Lightbox FAQs

Your FAQ can also be displayed within your Re:amaze Shoutbox or Lightbox. When your FAQ is deployed in this mode, it's known as the "Self Service Mode" and gives your customers the ability to search for their own answers before they reach out to you.

To enable Self Service Mode, we recommend using the Embeddable (Settings > Embeddables) builder to turn it on. When prompted to start, pick the following options:

  • I want a "FAQ"
  • Loaded "as the Shoutbox" or "in the Lightbox/modal"
  • For my "XYZ" brand

Complete the Embed Builder steps to retrieve the JavaScript snippet needed to paste into your site's HTML.


Inline Embedded FAQ

The inline FAQ is an embeddable version of the standalone Help Site. The key advantage to the inline FAQ is that it can be fully integrated into your existing site content and be displayed natively in the context of your choice. To create the JavaScript needed for the inline FAQ, use the Embed Builder to pick the following options:

  • I want a "FAQ"
  • Loaded as "Embedded on my webpage"
  • For my "XYZ" brand

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Creating Public FAQ Articles

Having a well organized FAQ can help your customers help themselves. Not all customers prefer direct communications and many are happy to find solutions on their own. Your Reamaze account comes with a public Help Site ready to host your FAQ content. All you need to do is turn it on, set up your topics and articles, give it a little customization, and you're ready to go.

First let's turn on your public site. Go to Settings > Brands. From here, you'll see whether or not your Help Site is active. To customize Help Site settings, click on "See All Settings." If your Help Site is currently disabled, click on "Enable Help Site" to turn it on. Help Sites that are disabled will not be able to display FAQ content.

Next, you'll want to create a topic. Go to "Articles" on the left hand navigation menu. Click on the "New Topic" or "New Article" button to start your first topic. You can add articles to each topic as you go. While building your FAQ articles, you can:

  • Insert images and embed videosinto FAQ articles to provide a more visual experience.
  • Add downloadable attaches to your articles, allowing your to share commonly requested files with your customers. For YouTube videos, simply copy and paste the embed code!
  • Add banner images to your articles, giving you more customization options and brand your articles.

You can sort topics and articles by clicking on the "Sort Articles and Topics" button at the top left hand corner while you're in the "Articles" view. You can also customize the header, footer, and CSS styling of your public Help Site by going to "Settings" > "Brands" > "See All Settings." Once here, you'll want to input the changes in "Custom Header and Footer" under Help Site Settings.

Internal FAQ Articles

You can publish internal FAQ articles just by picking the "Internal" state. Only staff members will be able to view the internal FAQ articles while on the public site. Your customers will not be able to see them. Of course, staff members can just opt to view the internal articles from within the dashboard. Internal articles cannot be inserted into replies.

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