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Design Hotspots to look native to your product
Hide a Hotspot after a user interacts with it
Attach Hotspots to static and dynamic UI elements
Target users based on behaviors and attributes
Measure performance and results
Appcues’ Hotspots were designed to help you deliver more self-service product experiences, without writing code.
Offer helpful hints and support in the context of your product.
Draw attention to a new feature without interrupting a user’s workflow.
Gently nudge users to explore, learn, or take action.
We were thrilled to notice that users were [...] finding the value they were looking for without having to reach out to support.
It was amazing to see that our users were [...] actually finding the contextual information they were looking for with just two clicks and were also taking the prescribed action.
We migrated thousands of users to the new UI but we did not see a spike in our support calls. Much of the credit goes to the [guidance] we created with Appcues.
Thousands of companies have used Appcues to onboard and engage over 500 million end users. We’ve learned a thing or two about what works. Check out Appcues’ other highly-effective UI patterns below.
Guide and motivate your new users with onboarding Checklists. Create a checklist in minutes, and start increasing your user engagement today.
Improve product adoption and retention with self-service walkthroughs, product tutorials, and in-app messages.
Still asking users for NPS feedback via email? With in-app NPS surveys you can target specific user segments and gather data in real-time.
Provide your users the ability to access relevant information and announcements, all with one click using Launchpad.
Whether you want to gather user feedback or prompt a user to take action, few UI patterns are as effective as in-app Slideouts.
Welcome new users, introduce key features, and deliver important messages with popup modal windows or fullscreen takeovers.