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Inject contextual help on your site. Point and click style.

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Chris Duell
@duellsy · Co-Founder, @elevioapp
Hi all! I'm a co-founder of elevio, the company behind envisage. We created envisage to allow site owners and the support team add contextual tips on their site with a just a few clicks, since let's face it, getting a developer involved to add a tooltip is a pain, and overkill. Envisage can be used to add links throughout your site to open up your documen… See more

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Chris Duell
@duellsy · Co-Founder, @elevioapp
Hi all! I'm a co-founder of elevio, the company behind envisage. We created envisage to allow site owners and the support team add contextual tips on their site with a just a few clicks, since let's face it, getting a developer involved to add a tooltip is a pain, and overkill. Envisage can be used to add links throughout your site to open up your documen… See more
Alan Downie
@alandownie
We've been an elev.io customer for a while now, and hadn't gotten around to creating the tooltips that elev.io provide. This really makes it a no brainer. Looking forward to giving it a run!
Palash Bagchi
@palash76 · Growth Hacker
This is like super cool!
alan jones
@bigyahu · Mentor, BlueChilli & Startmate
Awesome. In my experience no developer ever enjoys something as menial and hand-coded as adding or changing contextual help. And only rarely do the people working on tweaking onboarding funnels and customer experience have the coding skills they need to do it themselves. Very handy.
Nicolas Deverge
@ndeverge · Founder of teammood.com and upvoted.io
What's the relation between Envisage and Elev.io? These are 2 separated projects?