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My last company used WhatFix and Pendo, and evaluated WalkMe. They all do
services based that worked only on web applications connected to the
Internet. Product managers love them because they can create tutorials all
by themselves by clicking and typing. However, none of them provided
content management or localization support. And good luck if your
customers use your apps in secure environments without an Internet
WalkMeâs plugin for stand-alone apps is new to me.
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 10:42 Roberta Hennessey <rahennessey -at- gmail -dot- com>
> Does anyone have any experience or opinions about products like WalkMe or
> Our team is looking at different content delivery tools and I hear WalkMe
> now has a plugin that a tech writing team can use to create help within
> And if anyone has seen any good examples that would be most helpful.
> Thank you.
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