Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC) Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC)

Whatfix provides in-app interactive guides and walkthroughs to Ease User Onboarding, Reduce Training, and Improve Support.

Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC) is a Chrome extension by Whatfix Inc. It had 11 weekly active users and an average rating of undefined before it was removed from Chrome Web Store a month ago. Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC) is similar to Step Guide Creator and Usersnap - Capture visual feedback & bugs. The last published version was 2022.8.25.1203, updated a month ago.

This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2022-08-30
Users: 11
Version: 2022.8.25.1203 (Last updated: 2022-08-26)
Featured: No
Size: 15.54M
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Summary
Whatfix is a digital guidance and engagement platform that helps companies deliver modern and easy onboarding, effective training, and better support to users through contextual content displayed at the time of need. With Whatfix users get a personalized experience of the software application, starting from onboarding and training to continued engagement. You can use Whatfix across all web-based applications and it's available as a simple, easy-to-install browser extension.

Personalized User Onboarding- Access personalized and contextual in-app content to make it simple and intuitive for you to use the software application. Walkthroughs guide you, step-by-step for the completion of activities in the system.

In-App Help and Guidance- Whatfix eliminates the need for you to approach your support staff for 'how to' queries. Our help content can be personalized based on where you are in the application, to provide you with relevant information whenever you need it. 
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Safety
Risk impact

Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC) requires a number of risky permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Whatfix for Intuit (Deployment POC) if you trust the publisher.

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Risk likelihood

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Manifest

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