jQuery Selectors tell WalkMe where on the page it needs to focus, whether it be for content location, Triggers or Segmentation.
A Variable is useful information about a user such as role, access level, department, email or user ID that is stored on a web page.
If your site utilizes Cross-Domain iFrames, you may run into scenarios where you’d like to Auto Play a Smart Walk-Thru based on an element in the Cross-Domain iFrame.
Converting Smart Walk-Thru Steps to Auto-Steps makes it far easier to convert existing processes into automated ones, eliminating the need to recapture all the relevant steps.
Learn how to change the button text for steps using CSS.
Using Restart Smart Walk-Thru Step allows your end-user to go through the same Smart Walk-Thru multiple times so you can reuse the beginning steps.
The Initiator and End Experience Panel allows you to build full solutions from within a Smart Walk-Thru to save you time and promote a more engagement driven experience.
WalkMe Data is information you can store in the end-user’s browser such as when they select an item or land on a specific page, that can then be used in the Rule Engine to...
WalkMe Data is information relating to end-users such as ‘when they select an item’ or ‘land on a specific page’. This information can be used in the Rule Engine to segment items, create rules,...
Custom Triggers give the users flexibility to complete a step in more ways than one. With custom triggers you can select additional elements on the screen that will trigger the next step.