How can I prevent Google from indexing specific Help Center articles?
You can restrict the articles to signed-in users. Any articles that require a login are not indexed by Google. For more information on how to restrict a section, see this article: Setting view permissions on articles with user segments.
Is this the only way? We dont´t want to restrict all the articles just to signed in user, but we want to stop google to indexing all our articles and choose some witch just should be searched by the help center search. So that the Help Center and our company website do not get in each other's way regarding SEO.
Other than whats describe in this article you can opt to for excluding Help Center pages since you mentioned that you just want to choose some of them and not all. More info about this here: How do I exclude a Help Center page from being indexed by Google.
I need to restrict the search indexing site on company.paxful.com domain and do it only on compnay.com/help domain.
You can follow the steps in Restrict Google from indexing my Help Center.
Dane this will not prevent our site on domain https://paxful.com/support/en-us
To be indexed but site on domain https://paxful.zendesk.com/hc/en-us.
Your answer is not usufull at all and I am upset that you do not read my question carefully.
I apologize for what you have felt.
The noindex tag is not specific with Zendesk. Therefore it can be added in any of your webpage.
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