Crafting Clear App Instructions for Your STQRY Tour

Created by Glen Barnes, Modified on Thu, 01 Feb 2024 at 10:57 PM by Glen Barnes

App instructions play a vital role in guiding users through your app and ensuring they fully enjoy its features. Though not mandatory, having clear instructions enhances the overall user experience. Picture yourself as a tour guide – what essential information would you convey to your visitors before embarking on the journey?

1. Clarity is Key:

  • Make app instructions easily accessible before users embark on their tours.
  • Use plain language, avoiding confusing technical terms.
  • Enhance understanding with visual aids like screenshots, diagrams, and videos.
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  • Include Q&A and Safety Information to remind users of all the preparations to have the best experience. 
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2. Navigation within the App:

  • Clearly illustrate app navigation using annotated screenshots, guiding users to menu options, settings, search bars, and maps.

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  • Provide step-by-step guidance for navigating tours, utilizing GPS and custom maps. 

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  • Consider adding voice instructions to enhance accessibility, especially for indoor tours.

3. Highlight Unique Features:

  • Showcase distinctive features such as geofencing, QR codes, quizzes, badges, push notifications, and more.

4. Gather App Feedback and Continuous Improvement:

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Examples of Effective App Instructions:

Timaru Trails:

Allen App:

Central Darling Heritage Trail:



If you need any further assistance or guidance in creating your app, feel free to reach out to our support team at Happy exploring!

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