Twitter onboards users to its new Twitter Circle feature by prompting users with a modal that has a skip option. When users choose to try out the feature, the app takes the users to a new page to edit their Twitter circle. Then, users are prompted with a slideout modal to further learn about the feature.
✅ Skip option - The skip option is always a good call, but in Twitter’s case, it also reads “maybe later” which gives it a friendly tone.
✅ Well-formatted copy - The copy on the second page uses bold subheadings to get users to read at least that much about the feature while the copy is generally kept short.
✅ Visuals - visuals and small icons not only help draw attention but also help visualize the new features of apps, Twitter uses this function wisely.