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Any good Tutorial/Guide/Tour tool for web apps?

Blake Caldwell

December 17th, 2013

Hey fellow fn'ers, I have a web app product that I'm about to release privately, but before I do, I want to incorporate a quick tutorial on features and layout for my users. Have any of you used or heard of good software for giving users a layout of the site and helping them understand the workflow?

The only one I came across was http://tourmyapp.com/

Have you heard anything about that and other products?

Matt Smith Systems Architect at Bank of America

December 17th, 2013

Michael Brill Technology startup exec focused on AI-driven products

December 17th, 2013

If your site is bootstrap based, this is pretty simple/free:  http://bootstraptour.com/

Gilad Even Founder at New Startup

December 17th, 2013

I have used walkme.com .

Michael Lopez Director Platform Services at Zendo

December 17th, 2013

This project might have what you need, but you'll have to specify the steps as json. https://github.com/linkedin/hopscotch

Michael Brill Technology startup exec focused on AI-driven products

December 17th, 2013

btw, if anyone knows something that works out of the box with AngularJS, please do tell. This one doesn't play well.

Anonymous

December 17th, 2013

+1 to bootstraptour.com

I'm the author of Wink - https://winkit.in - used to create standalone interactive tutorials of web & native apps. If you need to showcase your work outside the main site (e.g. on the landing page), take a look at this.

Jacob Shriar Head of Product at BrainBank

December 17th, 2013

Look into bootstro.js Sent from my iPhone

Vijay MD Founder Chefalytics, Co-owner Bite Catering Couture, Independent consultant (ex-McKinsey)

December 17th, 2013

I've used camtasia to create a demo and embedded with wistia Sent from my iPhone

Chris Cinelli

December 17th, 2013

walk.me is also an option.

Keiran Betteley

December 17th, 2013

This may be teaching grandmothers to suck eggs and all, but maybe look at the site and see of you understand it, or get an 8 year old child to do the same. If they don't, look at how to change it so they do... Then you don't need a snappy bit of software to explain it for you... Sounds silly, but might just be the way forward... Keiran Sent from my phone