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There are a couple considerations when deciding between a tooltip and a popover. Purpose of Content Tooltips are meant to be exactly that, a hint or tip on what a tool or other interaction does. They are meant to clarify or help you use the content that they hover over, not add additional content: Popovers are meant to give related additional content. ...


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I'd recommend using onboarding techniques and some simple animation to show this element and its importance. A good example is the Floating Action Button (FAB) :: Transitions part of Material Design, specially the Morph and Full Screen sub-items. You'll see how the FAB morphs into another element. (visit the page for a more clear video, this is a quick ...


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You are talking about an on-boarding feature. An on-boarding feature is a thing which introduces new users to your system by putting a spotlight on one or more features. the spotlight can include some additional info via a speech bubble, etc. However, after the user has used that feature you no longer show the spotlight. This technique is also useful for ...



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