Our Help System provides in-context, on-demand help to SharePoint, Microsoft 365, and other browser-based applications. It provides walkthroughs, task based video tutorials, tips sheets and annotated screenshots to help users when they need it most. In addition, it has the capability to accept in-house created content or content from the web and display them in-context as well. This tutorial will show you how to use VisualSP with Dynamics, but the steps are the same with any SharePoint, Microsoft 365, or other browser-based application.
After you have deployed VisualSP, either as a custom action for SharePoint Online, or through our browser extension for Microsoft 365, and navigate to Dynamics, you will see the VisualSP help tab in the lower right corner of your screen:
You can customize the default location via the Manage My Subscription page, or users can drag and drop the tab to their preferred location. This location is stored as a browser cookie, so it appears in the same spot as the user navigates through your site.
It is important to teach your users that they should click on the help tab when they need help. Clicking the tab will open the help panel, which will have the help items available in that scope.
To access Administrative pages, click the hamburger menu on the panel:
To start adding custom help items, click Enable Edit Mode.
Click the green Add Help Item button to open the Editor window.
- The Application will default to whatever application you are in when you open the Editor screen. You can select a different Application from the drop down.
- This is the section where you will see a list of help items that have been created in this application.
- View / Media Type is where you select the type of help item you wish to create.
After you have created one or more help items, they will appear in the help panel.
VisualSP is a powerful, yet easy-to-learn application. We encourage you to jump right in and start creating help items that solve a business need or provide contextual help to your users. We offer many different support articles at visualsp.com/support to help you learn and get the most out of VisualSP. Got a question you can't find an answer to? Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our customer servicer engineers will be happy to assist.