Whatfix est une façon plus intelligente pour une entreprise de faciliter l'intégration, d'améliorer le support
et de réduire les efforts de formation pour ses utilisateurs grâce aux guides interactifs de Whatfix
We are a software as a service company that uses Whatfix to educate our clients on how our system works. This product is great in many ways but my favorite part is the Whatfix support. My main support member, she has been assisting me since the very beginning and makes herself available almost right away if I need something today. We are a very busy company with little time to mess around implementing new processes or programs, with her help it has been incredibly easy. The support is so great that I have shown interested clients (in real time) how fast she responds via the built in messaging system... without her knowing :) - Of course she responded in less than a minute (typical). I could go on and on about our satisfaction with the level of professionalism and support this company provides.
Some other things that we appreciate about Whatfix-
* Very easy to use - building new flows, alerts, popups... very user friendly
* Price is very low compared to competitors while having the same or more features (We reviewed the competitors and did demos for several months before making a decision)
* The content created using whatfix saves hours of communication explaining our software
* Content is automatically created in multiple format (pdf, powerpoint, etc) and can be exported or linked to
* Content is automatically updated across all formats when changes are made
* Whatfix is regularly creating new features for use and provides guidance on how to implement
* Setup is quick and easy
* The built in messaging system for support makes it easy to contact your success manager
* SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT - I cant say it enough. If we ever run into a question, it is answered right away. No waiting days or weeks for an answer or fix... it is just solved right away. This is what Whatfix provides as standard support - absolutely amazing!
We have had several of our clients (users of the flows) interested in using Whatfix for use on their websites and internal software.
What is there not to like! Within a few hours of downloading the trial, we were able to create several work-throughs to demo to our team. Customer Representatives have been and continue to be a huge factor in implementing and supporting those work-throughs for self-helps, pop-ups, and tasks. They have been insanely accessible and accommodating, regardless of how simple or technical our questions have been. They have fielded questions from every stakeholder in determining if this is product meets our strategy. They, along with the product, have impressed each of our department's heads who have had interaction. They are more than a support team, they feel very much like co-workers......and even friends.
The above-mentioned features really stand out, however, one of the determining factors is the ability to export/embed the work-throughs as a slide show, PDF, or video. These will be instrumental for our training department, help center, analytics, QA, development and testing departments.
There are a few enhancements that we are hopeful will be integrated into Whatfix, such as text only helps that can be integrated into Self-Help.
What I like about Whatfix is the ease of use and can make a walk through in just a few minutes and out to the user to use. More complex integrations required me to contact Whatfix support (Sneha is the greatest!!!) and they have been able to guide me through any issues i have ran into.
If i have to come up with any Cons about Whatfix i would say the Integrations table is getting harder to manage. Reason for this is that my software is vary versatile and users use our software differently and I have to create custom Walk Through's for each. It has taken me a while to manage the Integration portion but Whatfix has been very patient and helpful every step of the way.
Thanks a lot for the comment.
You will no longer face the issue of managing multiple user levels and integrations.
We recently released few usability updates, shifting the control in the integration console to our UI via the Interactive guide segmentation section. It will allow you to segregate the walkthrough on the basis of parameters like User profiles, User personas, URL (page based), and a lot more.
Frontline provides special education solution services to thousands of school districts nation wide and abroad. The business need for interactive flows in our case is primarily to reduce customer calls and provide self-help instruction while simultaneously allowing the customer to complete their work. While use of the Whatfix product is still in its infancy (i.e. initial rollout was a pilot with a few districts and two products), we are encouraged by what we see thus far, and plan to implement the feature across a wider spectrum of products and thus make it available to more end-users.
Implementing the required java code into our application we found to be relatively easy (i.e. needs hours not days or weeks). When and if needed, their team is extremely technical where java, java scripting, html and related technologies are concerned. The Whatfix documentation made available via the Internet is also very good. Moreover, the Whatfix customer support is also very good and we found them to be extremely flexible when organizing meetings, especially given the time zone difference. Their software interface to create the flows is also easy to use and largely intuitive.
Flows must be exported in their entirety and we have requested that an option be provided to export only those flows that are desired at a particular time so as to avoid having to overwrite files and/or download large file sets. Once a flow is created and if it consists of many steps, should there be a need to edit one or more steps, depending on the nature of the edit it can be a bit time consuming.
Thanks for the review, Hal.
We are working towards building the framework for selective actions on the flows, which should be released soon.
As per your feedback, our UX team is currently improving the editing experience.
I think overall it is a very good tool, very easy to set up (which impresses customers), has enough degree of customisation to please customers, really unparalleled customer service.. leaves us a bit in awe here in Western Europe. We are not used to such a good service anymore!
Also, releases come in very short cycles. The product team is very open to suggestions by clients and tries to implement them very quickly.
Whatfix still lacks some in-depth styling customisations but these are already on the roadmap so they will be available shortly.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Whatfix.
Types de licences disponibles pour Whatfix :
Type de licence: Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
Nous n'avons pas d'informations sur les fonctionnalités de Whatfix.
Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Whatfix :
Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Organismes à but non lucratif, Administration publique, PME
Langues dans lesquelles Whatfix est disponible :
arabe, chinois (simplifié), chinois (traditionnel), anglais, français, allemand, hébreu, irlandais, italien, japonais, portugais, russe, espagnol
Types de licences disponibles pour Whatfix:
Appareils pris en charge par Whatfix :
Applications s'intégrant à Whatfix :
Atlassian Confluence, Freshdesk, Google Analytics, Intercom, JIRA Software, Mixpanel, Moodle, Okta, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Zendesk
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Whatfix :
FAQ, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Support téléphonique, Tutoriels vidéo