Notion’s feature announcement tooltip proves long copy also works

Notion’s feature announcement tooltip proves long copy also works

Notion’s contextual new feature announcement tooltip is prompted exactly when the user can experience the new feature. The tooltip features a long piece of copy separated into two steps.

Notion’s contextual new feature announcement tooltip is prompted exactly when the user can experience the new feature. The tooltip features a long piece of copy separated into two steps.


Why it’s great:


Made easy to read - Though the copy on the tooltip is fairly long for an onboarding tooltip, it is made easier to read using text formatting and emojis.


Personal feel - Because it reads “David from Notion” at the top of the tooltip, the users get the feeling that they are being personally reached out to. 


Background shadow - Since the new feature takes up a very small portion of the screen, it is a must that Notion with its black and white color palette uses good shadowing when prompting tooltips.