With Chameleon, it's easy to get started and leverage all Experiences for delightful product adoption. Once you have an account, you can also invite your teammates to boost your efforts on multiple fronts and ensure all users experience a unique journey.

Update your appearance and manage profile options from the Dashboard.

Quick access

Creating a Chameleon account

Anyone with a company email account can sign up to use Chameleon.

You can't use Chameleon as an individual, tough. We love to contribute to efficient product guidance; but to leverage the most important functionalities successfully, you'll benefit from a team to coordinate with and support your efforts.

To create your free Chameleon account, head over to the signup page and use your company email or company Google account. We hate data overload, so we don't require passwords to access your account; use magic links or Google authentification to log in anytime.

Managing your profile

You'll find all your profile information, account settings, and profile options in the Chameleon Dashboard. Under Profile, you can update how you appear to the rest of your teammates in your account.

Easily update your profile picture by clicking the pencil button or uploading a new photo.

Profile picture upload option in the Dashboard

💡 Chameleon can pull profile pictures from Gravatar if there are any associated with that email; for your teammates or your users.

Your profile picture will show up through the Dashboard, so other teammates can identify efforts quickly and make iterations. You'll see your Avatar show up:

  • On the Team page

  • In Experience, Segments, Alerts, or Rate limiting tables

  • In Imports and Tags tables

Below, fill in your personal details so your teammates know who's who and what efforts they own.

Profile information fields in the Dashboard

👉 Teammate Avatars also show up in Experience filters, and Chameleon will add the name initials to those who as missing one, so it's still easy to spot who's doing what.

Experience filters Avatars in

💡 When you have multiple users, you can also leverage Roles & permissions to ensure every teammate can contribute to your product adoption efforts, without causing any disruptions.

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