New Support Widget & Knowledge Base

We’ve got a new and improved Pressbooks support widget! You can send us emails with questions about your book, or Pressbooks in general, straight from the widget.

New Support Widget in Test Book

The widget is available on and our Pressbooks instance for Ingram Spark users.

For new Pressbooks users, we’ve added a Quick Start Guide in the widget that tells you the basics you need to know to create a book.

Quick Start Guide for New Users in Widget

We’ve also made some changes to our Knowledge Base, to make it easier for you to look up common questions about formats, exports, and more! You can browse the updated Knowledge Base here, or conduct a search using the new widget.

Search Feature in New Widget

Just type in your keywords in the search bar, and watch the results pop up. And if you’re not quite sure what to look for, don’t worry. Our help articles are organized alphabetically to help you find the right answer quickly, and simply.

Alphabetized Help Articles in New Widget

Try it out, and let us know what you think!

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