Guides have become must-haves for great user experiences. They can educate, update, and inform on the go by answering users' questions.
As the name implies, they guide end-users throughout any experience that you provide within your web application.
They consist of steps: a guide can have either one or multiple steps.
They're in motion: once a guide is started, end-users can complete all the steps or drop them before finishing.
Creating a Guide
To create and design guides, you will need the UserGuiding Chrome Extension. If you haven't already, click here to download it.
Then, you'll have two options to start:
Go to a page of your app in which you want to create a guide and open the Chrome Extension via its icon.
2. Or, login to panel.userguiding.com.
Click on Guides under the Content section in the left-hand menu.
Then, click on the + Create a Guide button, which you can see below.
Into the opening popup, please enter the name of your Guide and the URL where you want to create it. Then, click on the Confirm button.
Finally, your webpage should be opened in a new tab with the UserGuiding extension working.