How can I make my users more comfortable using self-service? You can’t do it alone and you need to involve them in the process. The sooner you get them involved, the better it will be for everyone involved – from internal staff to customers. Self-service is great when it’s used appropriately and with the right safeguards in place. However, users may find it difficult to access due to a lack of user training or limited support services within your organization. This article will outline ways that you can increase user comfort with self-service so they feel confident enough to use these features on their own as well as team up with friends and colleagues for assistance whenever necessary.


What is a knowledge base?

A knowledge base is a document that contains the answers to frequently asked questions about your business. The knowledge base can be found on your website, in an app, or in a document. Knowledge bases are helpful for not only customers but also for internal staff who need to use self-service features more often. Your knowledge base can help your users get more out of self-service. It will also give them the ability to find solutions to their problems and share these solutions with other users in the community. This type of knowledge base is especially helpful for businesses that want to increase their self-service use, but don’t want their employees overdoing it. Your business can benefit by providing a comprehensive knowledge base that covers areas like:

-How to access self-service features
-How to create an account and log in
-How to manage your account
-How to initiate conversations with other people using the platform


How to create a knowledge base for self-service
There are three main components to creating a self-service knowledge base:
1. Creating the content
2. Setting up the page with navigatio.
3. Managing the customer journey.

For help creating your content, we advice knowledge base articles on all of our products that you can adapt for your organization’s needs. Once you’ve created the content, set up your page with navigation, having a customer journey in place, be sure to make it easy for users to find the specific information they’re looking for. For example, if they want to find out how to edit their profile picture or manage their account options, they should be able to do so easily from the home screen or from within a specific category like “profile” or “account management”.

What is the best way to teach customers how to use self-service? You should give them some tools and resources at their disposal so they can learn on their own and feel more confident with their new skills. This knowledge base article will cover the basics of what you need to teach your users, including how to access the features, how to prioritize which features are important for them, and what specific tasks they should complete in order to master self-service.

First, you should provide your service agents with a clear description of the features they can use. You can do this by providing detailed screenshots of the interface and information on how to set up self-service for their customers. This will help them understand what each feature does and how to implement it for your users.

Additionally, your agents should be prepared to answer questions from your customers. When a customer has a question about something specific that they need help with, your agents can direct them to the appropriate knowledge base article where they can find step-by-step instructions on how to complete their task. Your agents should also be able to refer potential customers back to these articles if they get stuck or have questions about how self-service works.
Finally, you’ll want to ensure that your service team is properly trained on all of the features as well as how best to implement them into your self-service process.

A knowledge base is a great way to engage your customers, increase customer satisfaction, and establish yourself as an authority. A knowledge base can be used to create integrated support services for your customers and provide them with guidance when they need it most. Furthermore, knowledge bases can reduce the amount of time spent on routine tasks. For example, if you have a self-service menu that includes order tracking and delivery notifications, users won’t spend as much time looking through emails or searching through PDF files. Knowledge bases are also effective at educating users about how things work. This will help them feel more confident about their decisions. Knowledge bases allow users to pursue the information they need for their needs rather than spending time going through unnecessary resources such as email or manual documentation. You’ll take an immediate jump in productivity by reducing the amount of time your employees spend on routine tasks like search and navigation.