Doc-E Quickstart Guide

Doc-E works with your favorite developer community workspaces–including Slack, Discord, Discourse, GitHub and StackOverflow–to build a knowledge graph that’s unique to you and your users. From there you can build dozens of types of content with the click of a button. To get started follow the simple 3 step guide for each workspace below.

Start building your unique knowledge graph. 

Create developer content, answer support questions, and educate your users by leveraging the platforms you know and love using Doc-E. 

Add Doc-E to Slack

STEP 1

You’ll need Slack workspace admin privileges or permissions to install Doc-E.

STEP 2

Click the “Add to Slack” button below.

STEP 3

Authorize the Doc-E app with desired permission level and follow instructions to add Doc-E to your preferred channels. 

Add to Slack

What’s next? 

  1. Convert conversations into a blog post with a click.
  2. Convert conversations into 25 different content types with two clicks.
  3. Fine tune your AI prompts to create even more content types.
  4. Draft, review & approve answers for support to use on tickets and in forums.
  5. Create a Doc-E channel auto-responder to help support agents field questions and draft new tickets.

The more you use Doc-E the better it gets.

Add Doc-E to Discord

STEP 1

You’ll need Discord server admin privileges or permissions to install Doc-E.

STEP 2

Click the “Add to Discord” button below.

STEP 3

Authorize the Doc-E app to your desired server. It will be added automatically as an “App” to all public channels.

Add to Discord

What's next?

Hop into Discord to start creating content. Here are a few things to try:

  1. Convert conversations into a blog post with a click.
  2. Convert conversations into 25 different content types with two clicks.
  3. Fine-tune your AI prompts to create even more content types.
  4. Draft, review, and approve answers for support to use on tickets and in forums.
  5. Create a Doc-E channel autoresponder to help support agents field questions and draft new tickets.

The more you use Doc-E, the better it gets.

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