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Build your first user onboarding tour in Usetiful

This quick tutorial describes how to build your initial user onboarding tour in Usetiful.

Welcome new users to your product, show them easily how it works or introduce a new feature using on-screen tutorials. Usetiful is a user onboarding software for building great user experience in digital products.  

After account registration, click on the "Add Tour" button to view the content editor. Sample step (the welcome dialog) is presented at the beginning.

 Free solution for creating user tours 

Simple content editor in Usetiful Free

Usetiful Free supports a simple code editor that requires basic technical skills since the tour is described in JSON. If you need assistance with content creation, use resources available in the Help Center or ask for help.

Plus license for visual & code-less tour creation

We recommend upgrading to Usetiful Plus to create your product tours conveniently with visual editor You can easily set up the tour steps and immediately see the impact of your changes. No technical skills or coding are required!

Visual Editor in Usetiful Plus

Embed tour to your website

Once you are happy with your tour and it's saved, you need to embed a code to your website. Find your embed code on the list of Tours after clicking on the "Embed code" button and follow the instructions.

Embed code dialog

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