We believe the best way to learn how to improve your onboarding is to sign up for your own product.
Below we share onboarding reviews of top SaaS providers to give inspiration for what to do, and not to do.
In the first video of the series Userflow co-founder Esben Friis-Jensen reviews the free trial onboarding of the popular CRM Salesforce.
In this onboarding review we take a closer look at HubSpots onboarding experience. HubSpot provides a CRM, Marketing automation and much more. They were one of the PLG pioneers, so a lot can be done self-service.
Jira is a popular issue tracking and software development tool. They are also known for having grown through a strong Product-led motion. In this video we take a closer look at their onboarding.
Shopify is a successful platform allowing small (and larger) businesses to build a strong ecommerce setup and much more. Given their audience scale they have a strong product-led motion. In this video we review their onboarding.
Zendesk is a popular SaaS platform for customer support and has also over time added additional products like a CRM. In this video we take a closer look at their product-led onboarding experience.
Stripe is a successful payment processing SaaS. They are known for their beautiful design and developer friendly product. In this video We dive into their onboarding.
Figma is a very popular SaaS tool for designers. They are known to have grown quickly through their freemium model. In this video we look closer at their onboarding.
Miro is admired for their product-led onboarding. In this review we dive into it, to see if they live up to the expectations from our perspective.
Quickbooks is one of the most used accounting tools in the US. This onboarding review takes a closer look at their onboarding.
All SaaS businesses should review their own onboarding on a regular basis. In this special edition of the SaaS onbboarding reviews, we do exactly that by taking a closer look at Userflows own onboarding.
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