Where to Get Support

Google Group

The SpecFlow+ Google Group is a good place to search for possible solutions to your issue. If you are unable to find a solution, you can start a new thread. Please give your post a descriptive title. There is also a SpecFlow Google Group for issues relating to the open-source project.

A big advantage of posting to the Google group is that your question and the replies are visible to all users, so you are also helping out other users who may have similar questions in the future. Your post will also reach a wider audience.

Before submitting a new support request, please take a look at the FAQ for both SpecFlow+ and SpecFlow to make sure your question isn’t covered.

Submit a Support Ticket

Alternatively, submit a support ticket using the form below. Please include as much relevant information as you can to help track down the issue. If you have a project that reliably exhibits the issue, please include it.

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