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Installing the script with Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager is a management tool that allows users to create custom tags for monitoring analytics, conversion and more. Using Google Tag Manager makes it easier to add HTML/JavaScript snippets to your website. It only takes a few minutes … Read More

Installing the script in WordPress

There are two ways for WordPress users to insert code in their websites or web applications. Using a plugin Manual installation 1. Using a plugin The most convenient way for users to insert code into the WordPress header and footer … Read More

Installing the script in HTML

Adding the script directly Adding the script directly Paste the Bytes Route script in the section of your index.html Add it as the last script if you want it not to block any other more important scripts. Add it as the last … Read More

Tour options page

Creators can set several options for a product tour from the Options page in the Tour Details menu. Run options Using this component, you can set options directly related to launching the tour. In the tour options page, besides autorunning … Read More

Product tours page

Creators can manage their tours by accessing the product tours tab, in the Bytes Route web app. The tab contains a list of created product tours, grouped by the domains cards where the tours were created. The list is unique for each team. Domain … Read More

Header & Dashboard

This page describes the functionality of the main web application components. Header & navigation options The header and navigation is the top-side component of the Bytes Route web application. Using it lets you switch teams, manage your account and navigate … Read More

Launch Widget options

You can access the launch widget options in the Launch widget tab. You can change the following elements on this page: Description text Provide your end-users with a relevant textual description of what the launch widget contains. In the following … Read More

Launch Widget overview

The launch widget is a direct way for your users to experience relevant product tours. It’s in the form of a UI element that can be displayed on your web pages. You can use the launch widget as a collection … Read More

Choosing a tour language

You can choose a tour language from two different locations: In the creation and editing phase of a product tour Using the tour builder, when finalizing a tour creation or a tour edit, in the Tour Finalization window, you can choose what language … Read More

Multi-language overview

The multi-language feature allows creators to set a tour to run in a specific language. The default language for a tour is English. At the moment, there are 7 languages to choose from: English French German Portuguese Spanish Hindi Romanian … Read More