This guide will help you get started and try the Strigo In-app Academy for yourself.


The goal of this guide is to enable you to try Strigo for yourself before you go ahead and embed Strigo's code snippet in your web application’s codebase.

By the end of this guide, you will be able to:

  1. Create a course based on a product learning use case you have in mind.

  2. Preview that course in-app inside your web app.

How does it work?

Strigo lets you preview courses inside your web app before you even embed Strigo's code snippet. This is done by using Strigo's Chrome Extension. When you have the Chrome Extension installed, it automatically injects Strigo into any website you define. This way, you can go to Strigo's admin console and define your web app's URL as an allowed domain. Then, once you install the Chrome Extension and browse to your web app, it will automatically show Strigo's courses for you.

Get started

  1. Go to Lounge - Strigo's admin console.

  2. Create and publish a course.

  3. Define your web app's URL as an allowed domain.

  4. Install Strigo's Chrome extension.

  5. Go to your web app and see the Strigo Academy panel with your published course.

Step 1 - Go to Lounge

Lounge is Strigo's admin console, where you can create courses, segment your audience, track progress, manage your team, etc.

If you're reading this, you probably already have a Strigo account.

Follow this link to get started.

Step 2 - Create and publish a course.

We recommend you think of a simple use case that requires educational guidance and implement that first as a course in Strigo.

Follow this article to create a course.

Step 3 + 4 - Define your web app's URL and install the Chrome Extension

Follow this guide to install the Chrome Extension to be able to preview Strigo courses in-app.

That’s it!

At this point, you should be able to go to your web app and see the Strigo Academy panel automatically being embedded by the Chrome Extension so that you can preview your published courses.

Your next step will be to test it out with real users by installing Strigo in your codebase.

Good luck!

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