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Getting Started with HelpJet

This article will guide you through getting started with HelpJet, it covers signing up for an account and the first steps to setting up your help site.


About HelpJet

  • HelpJet is a hosted website for your help center.
  • It does not require any separate hosting to work, we manage that for you.
  • You can create a help center in minutes, reducing support tickets and increase customer satisfaction.
  • It is designed to operate with your existing website and can be customized for your brand

Creating a HelpJet account

  • In the top corner of the HelpJet website, click the Try for free button
  • Enter your basic details such as name and email address
  • Enter a project name to describe your support site.
  • Choose a meaningful url. This will be something like yourcompany.helpjetapp.com. You can use your custom domain once your account has been created.

Verifying your email address


You will be sent an email after initial signup containing a verification code. Enter this code in the box on the next screen to confirm your email and continue signup.


Choose a password


On the next page you will choose a password. Choose a password that is hard to guess to help keep your account secure. Be sure to remember your password as you will need your password in the next step.

Your account page


Once you have selected your password, you will be taken to the HelpJet account page, this will list your newly created help site. Click the ‘dashboard’ button  and re-enter your password to login to your help site.

Your Help Center Management Screen


When you first create your help center, it will already be populated with some content. This includes category, articles and a contact form. This framework gives you the essential ingredients for your Help Center.

Things to do


  • Visit your homepage
    • See what your new Help Center looks like to visitors
  • Visit a category
    • A category groups related articles together to allow visitors to navigate your Help Center.
  • Read an Article
    • Articles are the foundation of your help center, as they guide your users through . Well written articles are essential for a successful Knowledge Base


  • Customize Homepage
    • Change the look and feel of the front of your site
  • Change site colors and logo
    • Match your branding by changing the colors and uploading your own logo
  • Change the Footer
    • Change the text at the bottom of your Help Center


  • Create your First Article
    • Create your first knowledge base article
  • Create your Own Category
    • Create a category to help organize your content
  • Set your Support Email
    • Emails sent through the support form in your Help Center

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