The Classic Support SDK has not been designed to be able to have multiple instance of it running at the same time. You can only using one instance of Support SDK at once in your app.
If you change the Support configuration at runtime, be aware that this is not supported. While it is possible to initialize with one configuration/account and initialize again with another one during runtime, we do not support such a configuration.
The customisable ticket creation message doesn't support Placeholders but does support Dynamic Content.
The use of subsections is not supported by the SDK. In the UI, subsections will be treated as normal sections of a category.
The R8 compiler is now used by default to perform compile-time code optimizations. R8 is more aggressive in its optimizations than Proguard was, and removes some code that is required by the Support SDK to function correctly. In an upcoming release we will add rules to keep these classes in our consumer Proguard rules (which are used by R8).
If you experience unexpected issues with the Support SDK after enabling R8 or upgrading to Android Studio 3.5.0 (or Android Gradle plugin 3.5.0), add the rules for the R8 compiler in Use Proguard to your Proguard config.
If the issues persist, please contact Zendesk Customer Support.
The network response that powers
HelpCenterActivity has a maximum of 11 categories, with a maximum
of 10 sections for each category. Each section in the response has a maximum of 5 articles, and a
"See all articles" button is added if there are more sections in the back-end. Tapping the button
will load any remaining articles into the section.
These limits were chosen to ensure maximum reliability and scalability while still meeting the needs
of the majority of our customers. If your help center has more categories or sections than these
limits will allow, consider prioritizing the most important content for mobile and filtering for
labels, sections, or categories when configuring
This is an intermittent issue caused by an issue in the Android support library.
The text input box on
RequestActivity is pushed up by an error
Snackbar, but in some cases does
not return to its original position after the
Snackbar has disappeared.