Creating Progressive Groups

In the Userpilot flow editor, you can divide the flow into different separate groups.

This can be useful in a variety of situations, for example, to give the ability for users to skip a group and continue the flow instead of completely exiting it, or to show a series of information where users can navigate in a progressive manner (go 'Next' and 'Previous'.)

By definition, groups consist of a series of UI patterns of the same type. 

To create a group, first add a step, and then click "add another 'tool' to the current group".

By default, the UI pattern will always be the same as the previous one.

In the above example, a modal was created and then another modal was added to the group.

Each group can have a progression type; a way that users navigate between the group's steps. 

For example, choosing 'Progress Bar' will by default add a 'Next' and 'Previous' buttons to allow users to navigate freely in the group.

You can also set your 'X' button or any other button to dismiss the group and continue the flow in case you wanted to give your users the ability to dismiss a series of information but continue the flow.

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