March 30, 2020

Onboarding for first-time users

Piotr Bartoszek @piotrbartoszek

Yesterday we released a new version of Owwly with a super smooth onboarding process 😎 We noticed that a lot of users add their own tool to the website without a first post. That’s why we would like to encourage makers during the first visit to introduce themselves and say a couple words about their website.

Onboarding consists of 3 steps

Confirm profile -> Add product -> Write first post

Simple as that 😸 I am so interested in the results and overall fillings. Anybody here without an account on Owwly and with free time to test it 🤓?

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    Dude, you should modify your Google Sign In page. It's difficult to login to one which says "Continue to". Also, no way to go back home from the Sign In Page.

    The design is nice. But what's exactly the differentiator compared to SO many such platforms available? Couldn't understand at all - there isn't any About page or any description either.

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      Regarding first part - yep I totally agree, I talked about that with my dev and it's not so trivial as I thought. Need to believe him unless I get dozen similar messages and motivate him to repair it ;)

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        It's not a monumental task actually. It is pretty trivial. I've done it about a dozen times. Ask them to do it 🙂

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