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Candu Features Overview
Candu Features Overview

Learn about Candu's key features: Content Editor, Styleguide, Candu Chrome Extension, Segmentation, Variables, Analytics & Integrations

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Written by Lauren Cumming
Updated over a week ago

Candu plans contain different combinations of features that best cater to different customer needs. Here is an overview of the key parts of the Candu platform.


Content is the set of UI elements you create within Candu and install in your application. Once Candu is installed, you can update, edit, create, or delete content anytime you want - no developer time required. You can also access our extensive template library of oh-so-pretty designs that you can quickly customize!


To ensure that Candu content looks and feels like your application, you can add your own Styleguide to customize fonts, colors & components so they seamlessly blend in with your existing UX.

Candu Chrome Extension

The Candu Chrome Extension offers a powerful, easy way to visualize how Candu content will appear in your application before you are ready to launch. You can then use the same Extension to embed content with just a few clicks!


A Segment is a group of users defined by interactions & events such as 'Launched X feature or traits such as 'Account Plan' or 'User Role Type'. If you send Candu data about your users, you can publish different user experiences for different Segments of users within a single Candu installation.


If you send Candu data about your users, you can use this information to personalize your content for example including specific context about their account, including their name to make it welcoming or highlighting key metrics about their product usage.


Candu analytics allow you to track how users interact and engage with content so that you can learn and iterate.


Candu integrates with a wide range of tools from data connectors to aide with personalizing user experiences, to walkthrough tools to different types of embeds/iFrame options you can include in your content.

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