Advanced customization of Web Widget (Classic)

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  • Eric Nelson
    Zendesk Developer Advocacy
    Hey Brianne,

    Great question! This is an 'OR' the same way it is for filtering to certain categories or sections. The documentation is pretty vague on that so I will look into getting that updated.
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  • Brianne Reinhardt

    Eric Nelson Thanks, that's helpful!

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  • CJ Johnson


    The developer documentation offers no hints on now to suppress this on specific pages, only altogether everywhere. Can this be fleshed out? I have no idea what syntax would be needed to achieve this. 

    edit: Found what I needed! There's actually a guide to this: https://developer.zendesk.com/documentation/classic-web-widget-sdks/web-widget/quickstart-tutorials/suppressing-web-widget-channels-on-specific-web-pages/


    EDIT 2: And that guide doesn't actually cover how to suppress on specific pages in the Help Center. In fact, it kind of forgets to tell you how to do the suppression on a page at all, but I know it means that you should paste the code with customization somewhere in the pages' body. 

    I am trying to suppress some parts of the widget on specific *help center* pages. Since Support says the widget customizations MUST live in the document_header.hbs, I need to know how I can suppress on specific HC pages. 

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  • Jiro Hidaka

    Hello,

    Is it possible to add a block of text to appear on one of the Ticket Form when viewing it inside the Web Widget?

    I am able to add some text dynamically via javascript from script,js of the theme we are using but this doesn't work on the web widget unfortunately.

    We would like to add text in the red section:

    Thank you!

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  • Miranda Burford
    Zendesk Product Manager

    Hi Jiro Hidaka,

    Thanks for your question!

    When you say "in the red section", I'm assuming you mean where you've added the squiggly line and not in the widget header?  Unfortunately, it isn't possible to insert a text block where you have the squiggly line but you can use an API to customise the content in the widget header.  More info here

    - Miranda.

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  • Ilaria Vilardi

    Hi! I have two questions:

    • Our web widget is only enabled on our Help Center. So we didn't have to manually copy-paste the script in any of our web pages, we just used the "Add to Help Center" button in the Web Widget settings on Zendesk. In this case, how can we manually edit the code to customize it? 
    • Is there any way to change the "How can we help you?" text here, in the box where the end user writes the message? I don't think it's the searchPlaceHolder, since that one just says "How can we help". Am I wrong?
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  • Miranda Burford
    Zendesk Product Manager

    Hi Ilaria Vilardi,

    Thanks for your questions!  Responses below.

    1. In order to edit the Web Widget code snippet on your Help Center you'll need to uncheck 'Add to Help Center', edit the script & then add the modified script again manually.  Unfortunately, there's no way to modify the default code snippet and use the 'Add to Help Center' option together.

    2. Where does that form field appear?  Is it a form within Guide (not the Web Widget)?  Can you please send a screenshot of the entire browser window so I can see which part of the product it relates to?  Thanks!

    - Miranda.

     

     

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  • Thiago Lazier

    Hello Everyone!

    Is there a way to offset the launcher position (like using the offset param, but for the launcher, not the chat window itself) without having to create the entire launcher from scratch and setting it's position?

     

    Thanks a lot!

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  • Miranda Burford
    Zendesk Product Manager

    Hi Thiago Lazier,

    Is there a way to offset the launcher position (like using the offset param, but for the launcher, not the chat window itself) without having to create the entire launcher from scratch and setting it's position?

    At the moment, the offset API moves the launcher AND the chat window.  There is no way to just adjust the launcher alone.  Do you have a screenshot which shows what you're hoping to achieve?  I'd be keen to see so I can record this as a feature request for future consideration.

    Thanks,

    - Miranda.

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  • Thiago Lazier

    Hello Miranda Burford

    Thanks for your quick reply!

    This is what we currently have in our design:

    As you can see, when we have the "Compare" window open, the Chat Button overlaps it by a few pixels.

    What we're trying to do is offset it about 20px rightwards, so it won't be on top.

    Thanks a lot!

    - Thiago

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  • Miranda Burford
    Zendesk Product Manager

    Thanks for the additional details, Thiago Lazier.  That's helpful!

    As mentioned above, you can use the offset API to move the launcher AND the chat window but it isn't possible to just move the launcher alone.  I'll log this as a feature request on our side for consideration in the future.

    - Miranda.

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  • Johnny Test

    Is there any way to change the title on the contactOptions view? I do not see anything documented and only see screenshots with "Help" as the text.

     

     

     

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