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Introducing Custom Tours

Customisable, informative guides to your intranet​

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Custom tours are clear, informative guides to help users navigate all the features of your intranet and find the information they need, fast.

Custom tours are now available for all of our customers to use. Offering customisable and informative step by step guides, each organisation is able to guide individual users through their platform use.

A custom tour to welcome new users to the intranet homepage

How do Custom Tours work?

A virtual tour guide around the intranet, they can walk users through each tool, app, content area, buttons, and all of their functions, so all users engage with your intranet to its full potential.

Custom tours can be set to focus on each feature, highlighting its exact location, and give a clear and precise description of its purpose and how to use it, before leaving users to explore and test run the intranet themselves.

Additionally, pop up overlays provide a new, multimedia communication tool, to ensure messages are received by all users, whether it be introducing a new feature, or content, or to advertise an upcoming event.

When can Custom tours be used?

Any section of the intranet or knowledge management system can have a custom tour added to it.

If HR need to onboard new employees onto the platform, they can set up a tour on initial pages, to guide them through each part of the intranet.

A welcome to your intranet custom tour slide with options to skip tour or go to next slide

New features can also be introduced with images or video on a slideshow to grab everyone’s attention, and ensure all users know how to make the most of new tools or information available to them. A slideshow can also be added to advertise an upcoming event.

When new policies are added to the intranet, a tour can be set up to bring attention to the must-read documentation, to ensure all employees read everything they need to know. A task checklist added so that you can be sure everyone has accessed the vital information you have shared.

When new policies are added to the intranet, a tour can be set up to bring attention to the must-read documentation, to ensure all employees read everything they need to know.

Daily task list showing 3 out of 4 tasks checked as completed
Checklist from 22/09 9.50 pm with 3 tasks completed

Task checklists can also be added so that you can be sure everyone has accessed the vital information you have shared. New starters can be confident they have checked off all of their onboarding tasks and all users can be sure they haven’t missed any must-read content, or daily tasks they need to complete.

Custom tours - for your organisation’s demands, and your users’ needs

This is your intranet, and we understand that every organisation has to adhere to branding guidelines and faces different user demands, so the tours are completely customisable, tailored to the needs of your employees.

If there is a part of the intranet that is particularly vital to your company’s everyday work life, this can be added to the tour at the click of a button and introduced to all new starters. Similarly, if any part is less important to you, it can be easily removed from the tour. This way the custom tours are clear, concise and personal to be as efficient for you as possible.

Custom tours ensure every user is confident in using the intranet platform. They empower internal communications teams to get messaging across to the whole organisation, or to specific teams, locations and roles, quickly and effectively through . clear and engaging overlays and tours.

For a personalised demonstration of custom tours in action on an Invotra intranet, get in touch.

Existing customers can utilise our in-depth use cases and how to guides on developer.invotra.com.

We'd love to show you how Invotra can transform the way your organisation works

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