In UserGuiding, targeting is the process of selecting your onboarding material's starting page and effectively directing it to the sight of the target page's visitor. 

This means setting the right condition in which your guide appears before end-users and making sure that your guide reaches and resonates with them.

In order to define which page(s) your guide should start displaying, go to the Targeting in Settings.

While creating a guide, for instance, the URL of the page in which you've created the first step of the guide is determined as the default target page. Later on, you can visit guides' settings and redefine another page, or multiple pages for it.

If you want your guide to appear on more than one page/site, you can designate its rule(1) accordingly or even add multiple targets in order to generate a matching condition(2). 

Example 1:

  • AAA.mydomain.com/guide-page
  • BBB.mydomain.com/guide-page

Example 2:

  • https:/prefix-AAA.mydomain.com/guide-page
  • https:/prefix-BBB.mydomain.com/guide-page

That's all!

The guide will work on all sites matching the targeting condition. When you update the guide, it will be presented in its latest form on all target pages.

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