Twitter’s tooltip is contextual with good copy

Twitter’s tooltip is contextual with good copy

Twitter's contextual tooltip is small, non-intrusive, contextual, and well-written.

Twitter uses a very small and contextual tooltip to remind users that they can share tweets with others who aren’t on Twitter yet. The tooltip also uses a dark shade of blue to make it non-intrusive.

twitter contextual tooltip

Why it’s great:

Contextual - The tooltip is prompted contextually when users are actually viewing the sharing option in the screen, and not through an all inclusive walkthrough which can hurt the user journey.

Non-intrusive - The tooltip is non-intrusive thanks to its design, color palette, and size.

Good copy - The copy of the tooltip is approachable and friendly, making it more user-friendly and contributing to its contextuality and non-intrusiveness.