Steve Bruner: Providing Inline Help for a Great User Experience

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December 20, 2015

Your added functionality usually means additional Settings, Post Types, Taxonomies, Custom Fields and overall Workflow. Don’t make users struggle to look for your settings page, or become confused and frustrated when trying to fill in fields for a custom post type. Provide them with inline help, where and when they need it
In this session you will learn how to limit support tickets, emails and general user frustration, by creating

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WordCamp NYC 2015 45

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Steve Bruner 8

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Inline Help 1
User Experience 91

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