Creating an onboarding flow using tab visibility

First Test - Onboarding :iphone:

Necessary informations first: Name & Profile Pic

Untitled_ Jun 19, 2020 5_09 PM

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This is beautiful! Looks like you have used different tabs for every page?

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Thanks @Manan_Mehta! The onboarding screen i just used the new Link to Screen feature “This Item” option to go thru it, as a third tab. When the user finish it, this tab’s gone and shows the another 2

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That’s smart! These new features will change the complete experience. Thanks for sharing

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We’re here to help each other!
You guys help me with some kind advanced logic, and I test UX/UI :yum:

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Beautiful. This may very well be the new standard. Nicely done @Lucas_Pires

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Thanks bro! Agreed, the UX is greater then we use today

LOVE THIS! Great job!

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Thank you @Lisa :star_struck:

Nicely done @Lucas_Pires!

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Incredible!

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Thank you @nathanaelb!!!

Thank you @david :star_struck:

Amazing!

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Lucas, this is soo cool.
Congrats!

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Thanks!!

Thanks @eltintero!

is there a way to hide the hamburger menu or the menus inside. white they still haven’t finish the profile setup. I tried accomplishing this. but they can still skip the setup process in the hamburger menu if I have the sub menus there.

Update: Fixed - I set another column for permission status of that is blank or didn’t meet the requirements no menus will show :slight_smile:

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I’d suggest you that. Or maybe do like me, as a separated tab from others and use a trigger to show the other menus when the requirements are completed.

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TAB is = to sheet right? or components?

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