We add new useful button, called Editor Mode. Now you can switch on/off visual editor when you are creating your experiment. For better understanding for what the hell you need it, please, read this super-short article.
Sometimes pop-ups became really irritable even for marketers, especially when they spring up during creating the experiment. The problem was that they blocked the other elements of the page and you couldn’t change them.
But of course we love our users, that’s why we create super-button that switch off the visual editor and allows you to use site in full mode.
Testing behind the login
Could you create tests on pages which are closed? For example, dashboard pages or shopping cart? Many testers are faced with such problem in many A\B testing services. Now there is no any page that you can’t change! Even if this this page is post-signup.
How does it works? As an example, let me show you by testing Wishpond – service for marketers, that allows to create landing pages, contests, promotions, forms, popups, ads and email campaigns on one platform.
1) At first, of course, you should start experiment with your site.
2) At the step two, when you get to visual editor, switch off Editor Mode.
2) After every action in full mode don’t forget to switch off Editor Mode again if you want to continue using site.
3) And finally you get to the “unavailable page”! Now you can edit it
Of course, sign-up windows and pop-up are just the examples. With Editor Mode you are able to solve similar problems depending on the specific of your site and it’s elements.
Anyway, it’s better to try then read about. If you haven’t already created an experiment – don’t postpone the opportunity to make it now, it’s absolutely free.