Real No-code Nudges - Automatic View Finder for Product, Growth and Marketing Teams

Suneeta Munjuluri
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In app development, subtle prompts or “nudges'' can greatly impact user behavior. So when you decide on the location for these nudges, how do you pinpoint the precise UI elements to target? Traditionally, teams using digital nudges rely on developers to create ID-based and Tag-based selection for element targeting. Assigning unique IDs to every view can be a time-consuming and error-prone task. Tags, while helpful, might not always be present or consistently applied. These inconsistencies can lead to misplaced nudges and a subpar user experience. Additionally, traditional methods often restrict search criteria, making it difficult to target elements within complex layouts. This is where Apxor’s Automatic View Finder (AVF) feature comes in – a formidable tool that allows you to accurately identify and choose the particular UI elements of your choice meant for nudge placement so as to ensure that your prompts are seen by users at exactly when and where they should be.

How Does Automatic View Finder Work?

AVF is a tool that helps identify elements within a user interface (UI) using different unique methods. By using the AVF feature in Apxor, teams can completely avoid developer efforts to create IDs and tags for mobile app on screen UI elements. They can just use the AVF to find the elements and assign IDs too.

Want to learn more about how Apxor’s Automatic View Finder works? Schedule a demo with our team today.

Benefits of Apxor’s Advanced View Finder:

  • Remove Developer Effort: No more need for developers to add IDs to every element just for nudges. AVF handles the identification, freeing up development resources.
  • Dynamic Nudges for Dynamic Apps: Works seamlessly with apps that have constantly changing layouts, ensuring nudges reach the intended targets.
  • Content-aware Nudges: Tailors nudges based on the element's content, allowing for more personalized and contextually relevant messages.

Use Cases for AVF:

  • Nudging Users in Evolving Interfaces: E-commerce apps with frequently changing layouts can use AVF to target specific elements for promotions, regardless of their position on the screen.
  • Content-specific Nudges: Social media apps can leverage AVF to display "Follow" nudges only when the user isn't already following the account, based on the content of the button ("Follow" vs. "Following").
  • Multilingual Nudges: AVF can identify the language of the UI element's content and deliver nudges in the appropriate language, enhancing user experience.

Example: ELO ELO App Nudge

ELO ELO team wants to nudge users to follow the event host if they haven't already. Here’s How Apxor’s Automatic View Finder has helped: AVF is a powerful tool for ensuring your nudges are displayed in the right place and at the right time. AVF can identify the UI elements where the nudges need to be placed without any ID or tag. Apxor’s AVF helps in nudging users only when the UI element displays ‘Follow’ and not 'Following'.

Example: TurtleMint App Nudge

Turtlemint, an insurance platform, wants to effectively communicate with its users about their KYC (Know Your Customer) status and promote its educational academy. However, traditional methods might require developer intervention to identify specific UI elements for displaying nudges.

Automatic View Finder empowers Turtlemint to deliver targeted nudges without overwhelming developers. 

Here’s how Automatic View Finder has helped in KYC reminder and feature promotion - AVF can be used to identify UI elements without the ID or tags where the nudge needs to be displayed. Once AVF helps locate the relevant UI elements, you can configure the nudges to appear near them.

turtlemint_1 turtlemint_2

Example: Porter App Nudge

Porter introduces a new feature that allows users to schedule deliveries in advance. To educate users about this new functionality, Porter wants to display a brief tutorial upon their first visit to the home screen after the update.

Here’s how Apxor’s Automatic View Finder has helped -  Apxor’s Automatic View Finder can identify the UI elements where the nudge needs to be placed without any tags or ID’s. With the UI elements identified, Porter's team can use AVF to choose the exact location for the nudge message to be displayed.

By leveraging Automatic View Finder, you can create a more dynamic and user-centric nudge strategy. No more limitations due to app frameworks or layout changes. AVF empowers you to nudge users in the right place, at the right time, with the right message, leading to a more engaged and successful app overall.

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Real No-code Nudges - Automatic View Finder for Product, Growth and Marketing Teams

Discover how Apxor’s Automatic View Finding (AVF) eliminates the need for developer intervention in creating and placing effective in-app nudges. Learn how AVF targets UI elements dynamically for improved user engagement.

Suneeta Munjuluri

In app development, subtle prompts or “nudges'' can greatly impact user behavior. So when you decide on the location for these nudges, how do you pinpoint the precise UI elements to target? Traditionally, teams using digital nudges rely on developers to create ID-based and Tag-based selection for element targeting. Assigning unique IDs to every view can be a time-consuming and error-prone task. Tags, while helpful, might not always be present or consistently applied. These inconsistencies can lead to misplaced nudges and a subpar user experience. Additionally, traditional methods often restrict search criteria, making it difficult to target elements within complex layouts. This is where Apxor’s Automatic View Finder (AVF) feature comes in – a formidable tool that allows you to accurately identify and choose the particular UI elements of your choice meant for nudge placement so as to ensure that your prompts are seen by users at exactly when and where they should be.

How Does Automatic View Finder Work?

AVF is a tool that helps identify elements within a user interface (UI) using different unique methods. By using the AVF feature in Apxor, teams can completely avoid developer efforts to create IDs and tags for mobile app on screen UI elements. They can just use the AVF to find the elements and assign IDs too.

Want to learn more about how Apxor’s Automatic View Finder works? Schedule a demo with our team today.

Benefits of Apxor’s Advanced View Finder:

  • Remove Developer Effort: No more need for developers to add IDs to every element just for nudges. AVF handles the identification, freeing up development resources.
  • Dynamic Nudges for Dynamic Apps: Works seamlessly with apps that have constantly changing layouts, ensuring nudges reach the intended targets.
  • Content-aware Nudges: Tailors nudges based on the element's content, allowing for more personalized and contextually relevant messages.

Use Cases for AVF:

  • Nudging Users in Evolving Interfaces: E-commerce apps with frequently changing layouts can use AVF to target specific elements for promotions, regardless of their position on the screen.
  • Content-specific Nudges: Social media apps can leverage AVF to display "Follow" nudges only when the user isn't already following the account, based on the content of the button ("Follow" vs. "Following").
  • Multilingual Nudges: AVF can identify the language of the UI element's content and deliver nudges in the appropriate language, enhancing user experience.

Example: ELO ELO App Nudge

ELO ELO team wants to nudge users to follow the event host if they haven't already. Here’s How Apxor’s Automatic View Finder has helped: AVF is a powerful tool for ensuring your nudges are displayed in the right place and at the right time. AVF can identify the UI elements where the nudges need to be placed without any ID or tag. Apxor’s AVF helps in nudging users only when the UI element displays ‘Follow’ and not 'Following'.

Example: TurtleMint App Nudge

Turtlemint, an insurance platform, wants to effectively communicate with its users about their KYC (Know Your Customer) status and promote its educational academy. However, traditional methods might require developer intervention to identify specific UI elements for displaying nudges.

Automatic View Finder empowers Turtlemint to deliver targeted nudges without overwhelming developers. 

Here’s how Automatic View Finder has helped in KYC reminder and feature promotion - AVF can be used to identify UI elements without the ID or tags where the nudge needs to be displayed. Once AVF helps locate the relevant UI elements, you can configure the nudges to appear near them.

turtlemint_1 turtlemint_2

Example: Porter App Nudge

Porter introduces a new feature that allows users to schedule deliveries in advance. To educate users about this new functionality, Porter wants to display a brief tutorial upon their first visit to the home screen after the update.

Here’s how Apxor’s Automatic View Finder has helped -  Apxor’s Automatic View Finder can identify the UI elements where the nudge needs to be placed without any tags or ID’s. With the UI elements identified, Porter's team can use AVF to choose the exact location for the nudge message to be displayed.

By leveraging Automatic View Finder, you can create a more dynamic and user-centric nudge strategy. No more limitations due to app frameworks or layout changes. AVF empowers you to nudge users in the right place, at the right time, with the right message, leading to a more engaged and successful app overall.

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