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Precise display control? Yes, please!

Learn how to control where your Experiences display and what conditions you can set for them to appear to users.

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Written by Tiago Mota
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Controlling the specific domains where your Experiences display or setting additional criteria to be met before showing your Tour are other critical components of delivering product guidance with Chameleon.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to control where your Experiences show up so you can efficiently communicate with your users. As well as how to use the different display rules to configure additional triggers for your Experiences.

With Environments, you can target your Experiences to specific groups of domains or subdomains and easily move them across your deployment pipeline.

πŸ‘‰ Watch the video below to see how to manage Environments and how to publish your Experiences into one.

Note: This video does not show the latest version of our product. We will soon update all our videos to fit our new style and improvements. 😊

πŸŽ“ If you want to learn more about managing Environments, read this article.

The Display Rules section of the Builder holds different subtle options for further control.

You can add additional conditions that must exist for an Experience to display to your users, aside from the Environment you set. This can be a specific action the user must take on the page or the presence of specific elements on your website.

To make Experiences noticeable, you can add Entry animations and enable the Auto-scroll option.

πŸ‘‰ Watch this video to get a quick overview of the conditions you can set for an Experience to be shown to your users:

πŸŽ“ To learn more about using these options in your Experiences, read these key articles:

πŸ‘‰ Try the "Smart Delay" for product announcements, promotional events, or other marketing announcements. This trigger waits for users to pause activity on the page before showing your announcement, reducing the chances of interrupting users' flows.

This is a very delicate setting, and you should always consider your users when setting the Recurrence for an Experience. The purpose is to ensure Experience completion without being intrusive or irrelevant.

Recurrence sets how often a Tour or a Microsurvey should repeat once it's been existed or completed.

Each Recurrence option is unique, and you should use it wisely to achieve your goal and not disrupt your users’ attention.

πŸ‘‰ Watch this video to see how to set up Recurrence:

Note: This feature is available on the Growth and Enterprise plans.

The key to effective in-product communication is to avoid annoying or distracting your users with too many Experiences. You can set Rate Limits from the Dashboard to apply to specific published Experiences or Segments.

With Rate Limiting you control how often your users should see your Experiences.

πŸ‘‰ Next, learn how not to overwhelm your users by setting Rate Limiting:

🎯 When Rate Limiting is applied, users that have seen the set number of Experiences in the timeframe established will not be shown any subsequent Experiences until the Rate Limiting period is over.

πŸ‘‰ Next up, learn how users can interact with your Experiences and how to leverage their actions for efficient product guidance.

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