Choose the Pop-up template
  • 10 Jul 2024
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When you create a new Pop-up using the Visual Editor, you don't have to start from scratch. Instead, you can base your new Pop-up on a template. Whatfix enables you to choose from 6 templates, each designed to cover various information and announcements you want to convey to your users. Each template can be customized to suit your specific needs.

This following flowchart explains how to choose the template for your next Pop-up.

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The following table shows how each of the Pop-up templates look like:

Template Name How it looks Use
Carousel Carousel_popup Used to convey multiple text information, videos, or images in one Pop-up in the form of slides. Users can move left or right to view the content.
Meet & Greet Meet_Greet Meet and Greet is a Pop-up template that enables you to welcome your employees or users and send out quick reminders.
Banners Banners Used to show an announcement to the user.
Feature Onboarding Feature_onboarding_popup Used for Feature announcement, Release Notes, Onboarding users, and more.
Snackbars Snackbar_popup Used to convey a brief message about a significant process in the app without interrupting end user experience.
Smart Alerts Smart_alerts Smart Alert is a Pop-up template that enables you to keep your users informed or send them alerts.

Buttons can be configured to perform any of the following actions.

  • Redirect to URL
  • Start a Flow
  • Act as a Close button
  • Act as a Skip button

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