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Triggering Modals from Candu CTAs
Triggering Modals from Candu CTAs

Use Modals to nest content within modal overlays that sit on the top of your product, triggered by Candu CTAs.

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Written by Flora Sanders
Updated over a week ago

We appreciate that you don't always have the space to embed content like videos, forms, or extra information onto a specific page in your product, so we built Modals!

You can create Candu content such as a card, image, or button, and trigger a Modal to appear after a user has interacted with/clicked the Candu component. This is a great opt-in UX for users as they can get all the information they need, all without having to leave your product.

Some great use cases for click-to-trigger Modals are:

  • Nesting in-app help content such as videos, FAQs, or tutorials without a user having to leave your product ✅

  • Nesting onboarding checklists or getting started content ✅

  • Nesting feedback forms or surveys ✅

  • Offering calls or demo booking forms ✅

  • Adding release notes or product updates ✅

ℹ️ For a quick overview of modals please view this short 3-minute introduction.

Building a Modal triggered from a Candu CTA

Firstly, you'll need to decide what kind of experience you would like to create to trigger a Modal to appear. Modals can be triggered from:

  • Cards

  • Buttons

  • Images

Then, you're ready to begin creating 🚀

  1. You have to create your embedded content first as Inline content:

    In this example, we'll use this banner below:

  2. Your second content will need to be created as a Modal:

    In this example, we'll have the Modal contain the video below:

    ➡️ Deep dive into creating your pixel-perfect Modal here!

    ℹ️ Please note you can set the size of your Modal. If no size is set, it will automatically default to 640 px width.

  3. Once you have published your Modal content, you can set it up to trigger from your banner! All you need to do is go to your banner content > select the image > head to Interactions > Select Trigger a Modal > and then select your Modal from the dropdown:

    ℹ️ Please note that you cannot currently preview Modals via the Candu Chrome Extension but you can preview via the Share link before making your content live!

    ... and voilà

    If set to be dismissible, your users can click the dismissible X in the modal or click anywhere outside of the modal to exit it.

    We capture this as a User Event. You can then use this data to personalize content, for example, after a user sees a modal they don't want to see anymore, you could create a segment for users who have seen it and show them something else or nothing.

➡️ To find out more about creating segments click here!

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out! We'd also love to see any of your finished designs 😍

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