Tooltips are created from within YOUR web app. Log into both UserIQ and your web app in the same browser. Navigate to the page in your web app where you want to place the tooltip.
Click the UserIQ bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen.
The UserIQ sidebar will appear on the right side of the screen.
Click the Tooltips option and click on the Add New Tooltip button.
Please select the type of Tooltip you would like to create (Basic Tooltip if you would like to create a regular tooltip, and Micro-Feedback Tooltip if you would like to launch a Micro-Feedback campaign). For additional information on Micro-Feedback campaigns, please read Micro-Feedback Campaigns.
Click the element on the screen that you would like to attach the tooltip. A series of ? will appear, click the ? where you would like the tooltip to appear. Once this is done, select the position where the text content would be displayed (in the example below, we have selected the option to display the tooltip content downwards).
Set the behavior of the tooltip from the admin panel to the right.
Once you are done with these steps, please name your tooltip and then configure the tooltip to your liking. These configurations can either be done in-app or while creating the tooltip through the admin panel itself (as illustrated below).
You can also directly set a tooltip to Active or Preview status by selecting the Status from the drop-down when editing the tooltip in the Admin Panel (If you were to use this option, please be advised that the audience would automatically default to Everyone. However, if you would like to modify the audience, please navigate to UserIQ App as mentioned later in this article).
To configure the tooltips in UserIQ, navigate to UserIQ App -> Campaigns Drop-down -> All Campaigns -> Tooltips -> Edit Tooltip.
You can then be able to edit the tooltip content. The content can be text, an image, video, etc., very similar to an announcement. When you have finished click the Save button on the bottom of the tooltip edit page.
The toggle mode determines how you want the user to interact with the tooltip. Click, requires the user to click on the ? to display the content, Hover will display the content if the user just mouses over the ?, while Always shows the content of the tooltip without any user interaction.
There is also an Animation option, this will display a radiating pulse around a dot if it's set to Yes.
You can then navigate to the Audience tab to configure the audience for the tooltip. Once this is completed, you can set the status of the Tooltip to Preview or Active.