Digital Support in Helsinki
Community centre Hanna and Oulunkylän Seurahuone are open 14.6–8.8.2021 Mon–Fri 9–16.
Opportunities to use services and receive digital support in libraries varies. Please check your library’s Helmet.fi page for up-to-date information.
Remote digital support
The City of Helsinki has also started a remote digital support service, which gives citizens the opportunity to receive guidance at home via phone or computer.
Requests for remote digital support are sent through this form.
Helsinki Info answers any questions you may have, and can fill the request form for remote digital support when you call the number 09 310 111 11.
You can also contact Helsinki Info in our chat Mon-Thu between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m, Fri between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Remote digital support is offered concerning the use of computers, tablets and smartphones. Support is also given concerning electronic and online services and the most common problems that may occur in the use of applications. After receiving the request, the digital support person contacts the customer by phone to arrange details concerning the digital support. Remote digital support is given during weekdays between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Digital support refers to guidance concerning the use of computers, smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.
The City of Helsinki offers digital support in over 150 of the city’s locations. The most popular of these are libraries, resident houses, service centres, the adult education centre, youth centres, Oodi and International House Helsinki. In these locations citizens are guided by employees of the city or for instance by volunteers trained by Enter ry.
You can also find the service points for digital support in the city’s online service palvelukartta.hel.fi by typing “digituki” in the search field.
Digital Services in The Most Functional City. Digital support helps and guides in all situations in Helsinki.