Let me introduce you to kBackup! This little app will allow you to back up your help centre content to your local hard drive at the click of a button.
Using this app makes backing up your help centre content a breeze.
The app currently has a number of features and may be expanded to include additional features if the demand is there.
- The app will back up your help centre content to a specified folder as HTML pages in the format of [ArticleId].html. The app will first verify that the user exists in the given Zendesk domain. This is included for security reasons, so only users who exist in the domain can back up the content.
- The app will also back up any images that are embedded in your article and save these in the same backup folder.
- The app will work for any Zendesk help centre, even if a custom domain is used.
- Using the app to back up your help centre content is completely safe and will not affect any existing data. It will simply take a copy of it, so there is no possibility of data loss during the process.
There are some requirements for using this app that need to be met in order for it to function correctly. I've included these requirements below:
- Windows 7 or higher.
- Microsoft.Net Framework 4.6 or higher. This version of the .NET Framework can be downloaded here.
- SSO sign-in and 2FA are not supported. If these are used in your instance, please use the username and API token option instead of the username and password combination. For more info on generating an API token, see Zendesk's help article Generating a new API token.
- If you choose to use a username and password combination, your user must have ‘Password Access’ to the API enabled in Zendesk. You can do this by going to Settings > Channels (Subsection) > API and enabling ‘Password Access’.
To get started with backing up your help centre content, ensure that you have met the requirements above, then go ahead and follow the steps below:
- Download the app here
- Extract the downloaded kBackup.zip file to your Desktop
- Right-click the app and select Run as administrator
- Enter your Zendesk domain into the Domain field
- Enter your Zendesk user email into the Email field
- Enter your Zendesk user password into the Password field. Alternatively, select the Use API Token checkbox to use an API token
- Select Connect
- Select the language you would like to back up from the Languages dropdown
- Select the Backup button
- Browse for a folder where you would like to back up your content and select Ok
After selecting a folder and clicking Ok, the backup process will begin, and you will receive a notification when the backup is complete.
If you want to back up multiple languages, select another language from the Languages dropdown and click Backup again.
Download kBackup here!
Release notes have been moved into ReleaseNotes.txt, which is now included in the download.
Giving Feedback & Reporting Bugs
For any feedback, feature and functionality requests or bugs you may have encountered, please leave a reply on this post or email me at felix.stubner(at)gmail(dot)com, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
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