Brief Overview This cross-app solution allows you to share your WalkMe Data between systems. This feature enables multi-system WalkMe Data. Meaning, you can store data in a different system’s storage. For example, users can start...
Logic Rules allow you to create logic statements inside of the Rule Engine based on dynamic attributes and predefined constants.
Use this Cheatsheet to find the best way to optimize WalkMe with jQuery.
The ‘jQuery Optimizer’ detects if a specific selector that you have written can be rewritten with a more modern syntax that would evaluate faster.
Dynamic Text allows you to create personalized messages for your end-users and insert them into Walk-Thru steps/popups, ShoutOuts, SmartTips (Guidance-type), Launchers, and Surveys.
Regular expressions (AKA regex) allow you to manipulate Dynamic Text that appears in WalkMe content or that is part of automated processes.
jQuery selectors allow you to identify elements in the HTML structure based on their characteristics such as id, class, type, attributes, or values of attributes.
A Variable contains useful information about a user that WalkMe can then use to help target specific users and ensure a user will see only content relevant to them.
Dynamic Text allows you to customize text used by WalkMe for different features.