Ideas for multi-page experiences
- Hide the "Subscribe to newsletter" box across the website for all existing subscribers.
- Display a phone number in your footer for visitors from the U.S.
- Swap out the "call us" CTA in your navigation for a "request demo" CTA for all visitors who arrived from an ad campaign.
- Display a "20% discount" overlay on all product pages for returning visitors.
How to create a multi-page experience
1. Create a new experience
Depending on your goal, you can choose between an on-site experience or one of our many components, inline and overlay.
2. Define your "multiple pages"
After giving your experience a name, select the option "multiple pages" or "all pages".
If you chose multiple pages, you can use the rule builder to include or exclude certain pages for this experience. Choose from options such as an exact match, starts with, ends with or contains depending on your use case.
If you chose all pages, you can simply move to the next step.
Example: We created a multi-page experience that will apply to all pages that contain help in the URL which equals to our Help Center pages.
3. Set a preview page
Although your experience will be applied to multiple (or all) pages, you need to define a preview page. This page serves as a "template" for your multi-page experience. It is the page that will load when you open the editor to style your experience. Don't forget to select an audience as well.
Example: We will use the page unless.com/en/help/getting-started to edit our multi-page experience.
4. Design your multi-page experience
Finally, click on "save" and then "open experience editor" to design your experience. The new design will apply to all pages that match the rules you've set. To make sure everything works properly, remember to test all the pages affected by your experience.