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RoboHelp Reviews
John Daigle
"Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) is a positive game changer for technical authors. It's a complete code rewrite under the hood and has a clean, minimalist look and feel that is easy to learn. There are no messy ribbons and pods and extra dialogs interrupting your train of thought. Upgrading my projects from earlier versions of RoboHelp was quick and easy. The HTML5 and CSS3 compliant code gives RoboHelp authors confidence that the software will easily accommodate the constant technology changes we all experience.”
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC
Beth Gerber
“The 2019 release of Adobe RoboHelp is RoboHelp ‘reimagined’ and has been built on the latest technology, enabling a faster content development cycle. On a large scale, authors will be blown away by the increase in speed and real time CSS and skin editors. On a more granular level, writers will enjoy the enhanced flexibility in creating tables, multi-level lists, autocorrect editing, and other enhancements. Adobe has taken RoboHelp to a whole new level in help authoring.”
—Beth Gerber, President, Lightext, Inc.
Toni Byrd-Ressaire
“I'm impressed with the new RoboHelp (2019 release). It's a completely new product that makes me excited to dive in and start using it. From the increased speed to real-time CSS editor and GIT and SharePoint Online integration, the new RoboHelp makes it a pleasure to design user assistance for my software clients.”
—Toni Byrd-Ressaire, Info4Design
Willam van Weelden
“I love how the 2019 release of Adobe RoboHelp makes it easy to work with dropdowns. You can author and maintain it much more easily now. The SharePoint Online integration with Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) makes it easy to publish my content while leveraging SharePoint’s powerful authorization mechanism. SVG support is one of my longtime favorite features of Adobe RoboHelp because there is no need to have differently scaled images as graphics scale perfectly on any device.”
—Willam van Weelden, Owner, WvanWeelden Consultancy
Rajdeep Gupta
“The new skin editor in Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) addresses a lot of my requirements for international clients. In can just pick a skin for my content from the WebHelp gallery and customize for Help, HTML5, and other outputs in seconds.”
—Rajdeep Gupta, Managing Director & Principal Trainer, Blue Dots Consultancy Services
Tony Self
“Content is now stored and managed in XHTML with support for HTML5 elements. CSS styles can be applied through point and click, which is quick and accurate. The separation of the output generation from the editing makes sense, and you can continue working while building an output.”
—Tony Self, Director, HyperWrite
Eric Butow
“If you aren’t a CSS coder, the visual CSS editor in Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) makes it much easier to change your styles and view those changes in real time. If you edit and/or create skins regularly, you’ll not only get a modern interface with Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release), but also more tools to make your help projects look better than ever.”
—Eric Butow, Owner, Butow Communications Group
Shelley Bates
“One of my favorite improvements in Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) is in generating output. It generates faster than ever and while you work. No more waiting. The output is also sleek with fewer output files to manage making website refreshes and access times faster and more responsive. A big win for both authors and users.”
—Shelley Bates, Production Strategist, Tanner Corporate Services
Lin Laurie
“Adobe continues to delight in its ongoing support and development of RoboHelp. In RoboHelp 2019, Adobe has rebuilt it from the ground up, taking advantage of the latest in computing technology. It has a new, easier-to-use interface, creating a much better user experience, to making it a faster online development solution. I was really pleased at the degree of simplicity around importing Word documents. Without having to make any changes, it easily imported my document beautifully. Adobe has also included a new, more versatile skin editor, much better support for dynamic content filters, and they’ve added better support for GIT and SharePoint. This is a long-awaited and greatly anticipated revamp of a popular workhorse for creating online help (responsive HTML 5 and web help), eBook, printed documents, and mobile output.“
—Lin Laurie, Owner, Lin Laurie & Associates
Robert Desprez
“The 2019 release of Adobe RoboHelp is a game-changer. It offers a clean, modern interface and is nimble, faster and easier to use.”
—Robert Desprez, Contract Technical Writer and Owner, Robert Desprez Communications, Inc.
Beth Tanner
"Our clients will be happy that Search is easier and faster for their employees. I am happy that the Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) programming team responded to my team's requirements as they built and tested the new features. RoboHelp (2019 release) enables us to provide better service to our clients."
—Beth Tanner, President, Tanner Corporate Services
John Daigle
“The lightweight file structure in Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) is very transparent. What you see in the Contents panel is exactly what you’ll see at the file explorer level. There are no virtual folders or guesswork as to where to find and manage project assets like topics, style sheets, graphics and videos.”
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC

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