Usually, a user opens the Assistant by clicking the Assistant icon (avatar) that is visible in one corner of the screen.
In some cases you might want to decide by whom and where Userlane content should be seen and want to show Userlane only when a user clicks on a specific element.
Why use it?
You might want to in general hide Userlane on specific pages (read here on how to set this up) and then want to
- open the Userlane Assistant when clicking on a specific button (e.g. a ‘Help’ or ‘Interactive Support’ button in your application)
- open the Userlane Assistant when activating a toggle
This option is only available
- if your application has the Userlane Snippet implemented
- your developers have added the openAssistant command to the specific button/toggle
Dev Task: Implement the openAssistant command
Add the following command to the element (e.g. ‘Help’ or ‘Interactive Support’ button).
When clicked, the Assistant is triggered in the same manner as clicking the avatar.
// open the Userlane Assistant Userlane('openAssistant');
This command will immediately open the Assistant.