With Chameleon, you can configure buttons to launch up to 4 Additional actions, aside from helping users progress through your Experiences. With button actions, you can create complex flows tying in more Experiences, bring in your Integrations, and send user data to your Dashboard.
This way, you can customize your product guidance with contextual actions depending on how users interact with your Experiences.
Additional actions are specific actions that you cat set to trigger when a user clicks an Experience button.
There are 4 different action types you can launch from a button, and you can set up one of each type for the Primary and Secondary buttons.
Open URL: set a URL to load when a user clicks the button (can be set to open in a new tab).
Note: the Step will only show if it matches the current URL. If a subsequent Step's URL trigger does not match the redirect based on this action, that Step will not show.
💡 Tip: You can also use a "mailto" link to open the user's email client with a pre-populated address (for example
Click element: an element on the page will be automatically clicked when a user hits the "Next" button. Great for redirecting users without using URLs. Learn more about how Chameleon identifies elements.
Start Tour: directly begin another Chameleon Tour. You can string together different Live Tours. Chameleon will ignore here any Trigger conditions set for the first Step of the Tour (e.g. click a button).
🎯 If a Tour is anchored to an element on a specific page, add another Additional Action to redirect to the correct URL.
Start Microsurvey: start a Chameleon Microsurvey when the button is clicked to collect feedback. Chameleon will ignore in this case any Trigger conditions for the Microsurvey (e.g. click an icon).
Typeform: configure a Typeform pop-up to collect user feedback once they perform an action. Add in the Typeform URL and set a convenient on-page position. Read more in our Typeform integration guide.
Calendly: show a Calendly modal to help users schedule a call with you. Add the URL to your Calendly event and let the communication flow. Read more in our Calendly integration guide.
Intercom: open the Intercom messenger window with a pre-filled message to help users start a conversation. Read more in our Intercom integration guide.
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Update Property: update or create a specific property for each user that clicks the button. Learn more about this feature, here.
Add Tag: assign an existing or a new User Tag to Tag every user who clicks the button. Learn how to Tag users from button actions, here.
👀 Coming soon: additional actions for Launcher Items.