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Set up your application URL
You need to add the URL of your application to the Dashboard so that Userlane knows where to display the tours via the browser extension and where to redirect users clicking on a Userlane link. When you click the Open Editor  button at the top...
Implementation options - snippet or browser extension
Userlane can be implemented in two ways:  Implementing a JavaScript snippet in the application's source code Using the browser extension Use cases Customer onboarding and retention   Software providers can onboard users and inc...
Implementing the JavaScript snippet
The Userlane Snippet is a JavaScript code that needs to be implemented by your engineers into the source code of your application. After this implementation, the Userlane will be shown to your users.  Next Steps  Copy the snippet. ⇨ S...
How to implement the Userlane snippet
This article describes the steps required to implement the different parts of the Userlane snippet into your application code. Manager task 1. Share the snippet with your developers  Locate your Userlane snippet in the Dashboard by going to ...
How to set up Userlane for self-hosting
This article describes how to implement Userlane for the self-hosting version. You can download and self-host the Userlane executable file and all content. This allows you to run Userlane completely independent from an internet connection or from b...
Importing users for a browser extension rollout
Organize the Userlane rollout, change the user access and enrich the user profile with custom data for user targeting. What is user import?  The user import feature allows you to upload a list of your users that can use Userlane via the brow...
Adding hosts to your Content-Security-Policy (CSP) for Userlane
If you are using CSP to protect your Application, you need to add some policies to make sure Userlane can work correctly Using Content-Security-Policy headers to increase the security of your Application prevents external scripts from running on to...