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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #61269, comment 27


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05/24/2024 04:36:03 AM (7 weeks ago)
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  • Ticket #61269, comment 27

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    1111- `onboarding_url` - This is the URL being described in this ticket. It is where users are directed to upon plugin activation. This URL could represent an interactive onboarding wizard (e.g. the WooCommerce setup wizard) for initial configuration or a getting started guide that is more about education than configuration. Consider a plugin that may not have settings or a presence in the admin menu, but would still benefit from an onboarding experience. By using the term "onboarding," we clarify its purpose without prescribing how users get there (as determined by core) or what they do when they get there (as determined by the plugin).
    12 - `main_url` - This could be used by the onboarding framework to determine where users land after onboarding is complete. It is also where users would generally thing of as the "home page" for a particular plugin. It's where they go to start using a plugin that has already been configured (e.g. navigating to "WooCommerce" or "ACF" in the admin menu).
     12- `main_url` - This could be used by the onboarding framework to determine where users land after onboarding is complete. It is also where users would generally think of as the "home page" for a particular plugin. It's where they go to start using a plugin that has already been configured (e.g. navigating to "WooCommerce" or "ACF" in the admin menu).
    1313- `configuration_url` - This is where users go to generally configure a plugin over time (e.g. the WooCommerce settings page). Consider a user who has already completed onboarding. There may be places in WP Admin where it becomes more appropriate to show this general configuration URL as opposed to an onboarding experience that is catered to first-time use.
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