Chameleon is built to operate smoothly inside a wide variety of application environments
Match URLs with partial text, dynamic variables or regular expressions (regex) and enable for multiple subdomains.
Made easy using our point-and-click tool, with adjustment via individual selectors and CSS path.
Chameleon supports nested elements, including within a shadow DOM structure.
Show and hide interactions based on page elements and how users act, without page loads or extra code.
We operate regardless of framework, and have customers using Angular, React, Node, Ember and others.
All modern browsers supported for building and viewing Chameleon experiences.
Show experiences instantly based on user data (events or attributes), without requiring page reloads or extra code.
Use incoming webhooks from your backend or other services to trigger experiences or update content.
Use grouped, nested and meta properties to target users based on their company or organization.
Use dynamic content using variables (based on user data) to display ultra-personalized content at scale.
Use Chameleon before a user signs-up by assigning them a random user ID.
Support for keyboard shortcuts for users to exit or engage within displayed steps on screen.
We are responsive and support mobile web, but can also turn off tours to mobile devices by default.
Use element targeting and all other functionality within iframes after installation.
We maintain robust security standards and use best in class services. Read more here.
Companies should invest almost as much in onboarding as in the main product. Sometimes more.
MAUs refers to monthly active users, which we calculate as the number of people (represented by their unique user ID) that visit any page on which your Chameleon code snippet is installed, within the past month.
We use this as part of our pricing, because we track all your active users to enable us to show the right tour to the right person. Therefore our costs are proportional to your number of users, and we hope to provide you more value as your active user base grows.
You can try Chameleon for free by signing-up and using our Chrome extension to build and preview tours on your site. There is no time limit for this, and whenever you’re ready to activate your guidance, you can proceed with purchasing a plan or contacting us for a quote.
We would be sad to see you go, and if there is nothing we can do to persuade you to stay then you’re welcome to cancel at any time, and you won’t be billed for the subsequent period. If you’re unhappy at any stage please let us know and we will try to solve any issues you’re having.
No, you can start building tours with the Chameleon Chrome Extension, without a developer. To activate any guidance live, you will need to implement the Chameleon code snippet into the codebase of your site, for which you may need a developer.
Building in-house will allow you to make a fully custom and integrated experience. However it might be difficult to continually iterate and improve this, or create variants for different user groups.
Teams often underestimate how expensive it is to rely on engineering resources, but you can estimate this using this build vs. buy calculator.
The benefits of using Chameleon include how quickly you can begin to help users, automatically collecting data to optimize your guidance, and a solution that gets better with time!
Use Chameleon to control and improve your user experience