Writr is an AI-based writing tool that can help you improve your writing skills and speed up your workflow. Our new tutorial will show you how to use Writr effectively, so you can start getting the most out of our tool.
What is an interactive tutorial?
An interactive tutorial is a learning resource where users can work through sequenced activities, usually with feedback or instruction.
In this case, the interactive tutorial is tailored towards our subscribers using the Pro Editor to get the full benefit of the tool.
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Benefits of using interactive tutorials
Interactive tutorials are beneficial for users because they can learn at their own pace and get immediate feedback.
It's also a great way to provide context and background information before users get started. The interactive tutorial significantly reduces the time it takes to learn how to use our interface.
Measuring the effect of your interactive tutorial
There are a few different ways to measure the effectiveness of your interactive tutorial. One way is to survey users before and after they use the tutorial.
This will help you determine if users understand the concepts better after using the tutorial. You can also evaluate how well users are able to complete tasks that were demonstrated in the tutorial.
Another way to measure effectiveness is by tracking user engagement, such as how long people spend on each page or how many times they revisit certain pages. This information can help you understand if people are using the interactive tutorial or not.
Lastly, you can use a combination of all these methods to create A/B tests for your tutorials and see which ones work best.
In our case, we measured the difference between how much time users spent in the Pro Editor.
Those who completed the tutorial spent more time using the tool than those who did not. Feedback from users also indicates that those who completed the interactive tutorial had a better understanding of the AI writing tool limitations and possibilities than users that skipped the tutorial and went straight to the Pro Editor.
Interactive tutorial as part of user onboarding?
We found that having an interactive tutorial as part of the user onboarding was unsuccessful because users just skipped each step in the tutorial to get to try the Pro Editor.
We believe this is because users are impatient and want to start using the software immediately. As a result, we removed the interactive tutorial from our user onboarding process.
The takeaway is that interactive tutorials are a great way to give users an introduction and help them get familiar with your product faster, but you'll have to experiment with both the content you offer as part of the tutorial and how you implement it.