Tabs, the minimized versions of your popups are positioned to one of the corners of your visitor’s screen when they are browsing your site, which helps you to maximize your conversion rate. They highlight your offer before/after it would actually appear so visitors have more time to digest the value they can get from you.
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Inputs / Custom form fields
With custom fields you’ll able to customize the data you want to collect from your subscribers. You can send the information collected to any of the 40+ email software we have integrations with and retarget them with personalized offers for through the roof conversions.
Layout elements are the building blocks of your popups. Each layout element represents a row divided into columns. You are able to customize the ratio of columns within the editor to your needs so virtually any design you can imagine is achievable.
To effectively create your popup designs you have to understand how elements are sized. You can think about an element as a box nested inside other boxes. Outside your element you set the padding which is the area between your element and the border. If you apply a background it will be applied to both the element and the the padding area. If you want to space out your elements you have to use top and bottom margins which are the areas above and below your element outside the element’s border.
Global and element level settings
Global settings are the configuration options which you can find within the top level “Styles” menu element in the left sidebar menu. These parameter blocks reflect the components which you can add to your popup by dragging and dropping them into your popup from the top level menu’s components block. The difference between element level and global settings is that global settings will be applied to newly added elements only which means that the looks of the element will reflect the default settings set in the global settings. If you override element level settings by clicking on the element and modifying them in the left sidebar that will only be effective on that specific element and newly added elements will again match the global styles.
Your popop is built of rows and columns with elements nestable into each column. Layout elements draggable from the left sidebar represent a row with configurable number of columns. You can add multiple rows to your popup by dragging more than one layout element into it. Layout elements can’t be placed next to each other they can be only stacked. The same applies to elements. Multiple elements nested into a column will be stacked. If you want to place elements next to each other, you have to put them into different columns.
Buttons are the connecting dots between your website and the popup. You can decide on the action you want to happen when your visitors click on a button. You can redirect them to a specific page on your website, another page of your popup, if your popup is built up of multiple pages or simply just close the popup. You also have the option to configure what that button click means to you by choosing how you want it to be reported in our system.
You can choose from reporting it as a conversion, rejected or not reporting it at all. The latter two means that the button click won’t appear as a conversion in our chart, thus not being calculated into your popup’s conversion rate.
Change your popup colors by adjusting the palette. If you change any color, the system generates more adjacent colors. These colors will be available for quick selection in the color picker when you want to modify any element's color in the popup.
Adding and removing pages
You can add and remove pages by interacting with the icons above the editor address bar. To let your visitors navigate between pages you need to add a button to a page and set the button action to redirect users to the next page you wish. When you add a new popup to your page the page base styles (background color, font style, etc.) will be copied from the previous page.
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