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  • This use case is intended for customers using Interaction Studio (formerly Evergage Classic) ONLY. For customers using the Interaction Studio 'Campaigns and Templates' application, refer to the Use Case Library instead.
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Leveraging agile development cycles, some companies are known to make frequent updates to their web-based applications, and even more so to their mobile based apps / solutions. As these updates occur, how do you ensure user awareness and more importantly, adoption?

Category Product Discovery, Educate Users,   Increase EngagementVerticalFinancial Services
TopicDisplay a message when known users visit the site and have not adopted a new or recently enhanced feature or serviceID #271
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A customer arrives on your site. Since his last visit, you have added new features to your app that he has not adopted. Given the nature of your business, these are key features for customers like him. When the visitor sees the message promoting the new features, he's interested in learning more so he clicks the "Get the App" button.


Although you will show the initial message to all known visitors, you do need to create several segments. Create a segment of visitors who have not completed the specific action of using the new feature so you can include them in the campaign. Additionally, create a segment of visitors who have already adopted the new feature OR have clicked "Get the App" so you can exclude them from seeing any subsequent messages.


Begin by creating several global goals for this campaign to assess the overall impact of the message. Goals could include: downloaded the new app or widget, watched an instructional video, clicked on a learn more link, completed an online registration process, or opted out of the service altogether. Setting up these goals will give you more insight into how this campaign (and others) is performing.



Here is a checklist of what you need to do in Interaction Studio to create this play on your own site:

  1. Create a segment of users who would benefit from knowing about the new feature. This might include users who:
    1. Have not logged in before - but are customers
    2. Have not used the new feature
    3. Are in specific roles, verticals, or business sizes
  2. Create a segment of users who have not completed the specific action of using the feature so you can include them in the campaign
  3. Create a segment of users who clicked "Get the App" or have already adopted the new feature so you can exclude them from this or other subsequent campaigns related to adoption of the new feature
  4. Create one or more campaign experiences to illustrate the new feature and where it can be downloaded.  Consider different approaches to displaying the offer, and where possible expanding the audience by driving the offer to the homepage
  5. Add rules to show or restrict the campaign or experiences based on segment membership

Reference Materials

The following articles from the Interaction Studio Knowledge Base will provide process steps to help you execute this play: