WordPress Walkthrough Plugin | Onboarding Tool and Website Tour
Improve your WordPress onboarding by giving visitors an interactive walkthrough of your WordPress site using the CM OnBoarding Widget. Our site tour plugin guides new users through sections of your site, with fully customizable content, icons, and tour placement.
Self Guided Site Tour Plugin
Giving an in-depth tour and supporting the onboarding process of new site visitors improves user experience, increases time spent on site, reduces the need for support, can create leads, boost conversions and much more, all without impacting your SEO.
The Onboarding Plugin gives you can opportunity to answer commonly asked questions, teach users how to use parts of your website, or direct users to additional sources of information all through the interactive tour widget.
An Expanded Site Tour Info Box
Our WordPress onboarding plugin can be used for interactive trainings and interactive in-app guidance, or as an in-app training application and employee training software solution.
How the Onboarding and Site Tour Plugin Works
Create customized guide of help items for your site users
Add multiple sections to your training widget including category, titles & content
Each section may include text, images, links or videos
Target specific WordPress website pages on your site
Customize the WordPress training widget appearance from several available templates
Choose which pages to display your tour and help items on
Users toggle the tour navigation icon and interact with help items as needed
Using the Onboarding Plugin
Personal Site Guide – Create tours and guides for different user groups
Enhanced User Experience – Make users happy by showing them just what they need
Custom Training Tool – User training support system with helpful guidelines
Help and Instructional Walkthrough - Create a website tour with help and instructional suggestions
E-learning Activities Support - Great tool to assist e-learning activities
Shorten the Learning Curve – Get new users comfortable on you site or platform - fast!
Admin Dashboard Instructional Widget – Display help items on the admin section only
Example in Use
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Can the Tooltips be shown within the Onboarding widget for CM Onboarding Pro?
Sure. The plugins works together. Cm Tooltip works on any custom post type if the post is using the content filters. The on boarding does of course, so you can hover over terms and see the tooltip.
Can I add my help menu on different pages?
Yes. You can add the help menu to any post, page or even custom post type. This can be done from the plugin setting or from a metabox found on each post, page or custom post you have on your site
Can I customize my help menu?
Yes. First, you can add a header and footer above and below the menu. Second, you can choose the type of the widget you want to use from a selection of 8 available widgets, third you can add your logo on the top part of the widget and last you set the icon which will appear once the widget is closed
Can I add images to the help menu?
Yes. The widget can show embedded images and videos just like any other WordPress content object
Can I style my WordPress help menu the way I want to?
Yes. The Pro plugin lets you choose which icon you want on your sliding widget, the color theme of your WordPress help menu, position, width and height of your sliding widget and more. You can also customize the header and footer of your help menu, for example by adding a company logo to your menus. You can also create several help menu styles for different pages on your site.
Can I use Onboarding to create user flow patterns and direct readers to specified pages?
Yes. Each item in your help menus may contain several links so you can navigate your users/readers to specific pages on your site. This is good in cases where you want to give more details about a certain topic, but it also helps the user flow by directing people where you want them to go.
How many topics can I create on my help menu?
You can add as many topics as you like and add them as menu items in your sliding widget. You can also create several different help menus to appear on different pages on your site.
OnBoarding Plugin Demo
This demo shows an OnBoarding icon in the upper right corner of the screen. Once clicked, the OnBoarding widget will open Go to Live Demo
Bear in mind that you’ll want the premium version to get all the features ($29 with a money back guarantee I think), but I love the idea behind this plugin, and its execution. You could do some cool stuff with this.
I installed the plugin in my site and it worked really nice.
It made my user interface much more friendly and I liked that very much.
I would like to make one suggestion – add nice icons to use on the sliding widget to installation.Thank you guys!
The plugin doesn’t do much, but it does what it states. It could have some more customization options thou especially regarding the style of the icon.Anyway. It’s a nice, clean way to add something not-that necessary to be on each page and slightly more visible than the footer.