When we access a new web service or application, we cannot always know or intuit its operating mechanics, so it would not be superfluous to have a tool that guides us step by step in the operation of each function of the web service.
WalkMe is a new start-up that allows web service owners to add an interactive layer that allows them to guide their visitors in the operation of their own services through a series of interactive bubbles, which will mark the necessary steps to carry out a series of activities according to the chosen tutorial.
In this way, visitors who need help to carry out certain actions can search for it through an existing tab on the web that will give access to the different interactive tutorials that the owners have included.
WalkMe is easy to implement in web services using a simple line of code, and the tutorials are easy to complete in a matter of minutes. There are a series of pricing plans, the first of which is free. WalkMe’s own official website has its own tutorial based on these interactive bubbles, and also offers videos of other tools that have implemented its service.
Link: WalkMe | Goes: TechCrunch