Over the last few months, we’ve been making great efforts so that developers and Athento users can count on all the help they need for when they work with Athento. Our first step was to open the Athento Documentation Center to the public. The Center is a place where developers, system administrators and users in general can find all the documentation connected to Athento.
Now it’s time to create a space in which the community’s doubts can be addressed. Athento Answers is a space where you can ask questions about how Athento works, ask questions relating to development matters, rollouts, integrations, and anything that could be useful to the Athento community. You’ll need to register to ask questions, although you can check the existing questions and answers without needing to register.
We’d like to encourage you to take full advantage of all of the material that Athento has made available for you to use.
You can also follow the updates to the Athento Documentation Center and Athento Answers by following Athento’s Twitter feed: @athento.