Five Social Hacks Created Using Whatfix Flows

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Five examples of how you can use Whatfix to guide users

Websites today give a lot of impetus to User Experience (UX), elements and call to action (CTA) buttons placed in a way to guide a user. The simplicity of a website defines the conversion rates of any funnel. The problem here as a blogger, business owner or a domain expert is that the ability to guide the user through the ideal funnel experience.

At Whatfix that is exactly what we thrive to ease. Let’s take an example: John ends up on your website and wants to accomplish task Z. To do that, he has to take steps X and Y. We always assume that the user would be able to do that but what if there was a way to be sure that it happens.

Here’s where Whatfix flows can help you out. To understand flows in detail, click here. A flow is a step-by-step system that creates tip balloons around elements that you want to drive a user’s attention to. These tip balloons have a task attached to it which would allow you to take control of what the user does to that task. This functionality can also be embedded into your website using our javascript. By maintaining transparency and engaging users, your website will definitely have a better positive outlook.

Now, to understand this further. We will go through few examples of how Whatfix’s See Live feature can help you guide users on your website. But, before we do that. Install our extension on Chrome or Firefox, done? Let’s start.if

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We are going to look at five social hacks created using Whatfix flows.

How to setup Google+ business page for a brand?

Google+ listing for brands is helpful for SEO and to ease into other Google associated products like maps. In this Whatfix demo, we will look at how you can set up a Google+ business page. All you have to do is click on See Live or go through the slideshow.


How to create a Wikipedia book?

This user generated flow caught our eye, why? Because this is a brilliant feature, enabling users to create a book out of Wikipedia articles. It never got our attention till we tried the feature with Whatfix’s See Live.



How to browse profiles in LinkedIn anonymously?

LinkedIn is an amazing professional network for job seekers and employers. Many a time, there are situations where you wish to find out more about the concerned person but want to do so discreetly. This flow is a great hack to do just that.



How to block unwanted people from Facebook?

Friend requests, unprompted messages or even unknown people following you can be detrimental to your use of Facebook. The way around it is to block that person from being able to visit your profile. Check out, how you can do just that.



How to connect your social media accounts to your YouTube channel?

YouTube is a social media website in its own right, but the virality factor on the same is limited. The work around that is to be more active on websites like Facebook, Twitter, Stumbleupon etc. Your path to YouTube stardom starts here.



These are only a few examples of how Whatfix flows work, you can check more examples on our homepage, here.

Have any issues, feedback or complaints, let us know in the comments below or email us, better yet join us on subreddit.

Aditya Kshirsagar

Aditya Kshirsagar

Aditya was the former Communication Manager at Whatfix. He is a technology reporter and PR practitioner who works with startups, helping them with their growth, marketing and public relations.
Aditya Kshirsagar

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