You might want to offer your users a chance to re-launch a tutorial or recall an announcement you've published to show just once.
Appcues offers three ways to re-launch flows based on flow patterns and use cases. The first way is entirely non-technical and the latter two will require access to your platform's code.
- To re-launch flows with a shareable link:
You can use a permalink to re-launch flows with one click. If your platform remembers logged-in statuses, you can share permalinks in email or through chat to let your users retrieve flows they may have initially skipped out on.
Every flow has its own permalink. Learn how to find or create your flow's permalink here.
- To re-launch page-specific hotspots and tooltip tutorials directly on your page:
Embed a 'Show Hints' button onto your page to re-launch your flow.
Every flow comes with an embeddable button code that will re-launch that specific flow when clicked. Clicking the 'Show hints' button will override any targeting rules you've set up, so as long as the elements you've attached your hotspots or tooltips to are visible on the page, the 'Show hints' button will display them all.
To find your flow's embeddable button code:
1) Publish your flow
2) Select the 'Share' button from your flow's settings
3) Copy the code below the 'Show hints' button [Note: you can change the text of this button by editing it directly in the code]
Here's what this button can look like on your site:
- To re-launch slideout and modal announcements directly on your page:
Install our in-app widget to allow your users to recall feature announcements, offers, or updates.
Internally known as Taco, our in-app widget will store slideouts and modals. We use our widget in our Appcues dashboard and have it set to look like an inbox icon, but you can use any image file that makes the most sense for your platform, like a question mark or alarm icon.
Here's a published example of the in-app widget:
Learn more about installing and using our in-app widget here.