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Complete guide to building product tours on your React apps
Ever heard of tours in product UI?
Product tours are self-explaining tips UI for the website user to break down complex UX and make it easily useable.
Product tours play a vital role in B2B product UI. It helps save customer support time related to repeated ‘how-to-use’ questions about the UX.
What problems do product tours solve?
Product tours help with onboarding users to new and complex UX and helps to get users familiar with UI functionalities. They’re also useful for showcasing new updates on product UI, and they can save time for the customer success team.
Slack, Trello, Asana, and Invision are some of the big products that use product tours for different UX needs.
The indirect alternative to product tours including FAQs about product functionalities, product video demos and tours, and on-demand tips UI.
However, video tours or FAQs don’t have the same level of impact as inline product tours.
The majority of users don’t look for tutorials outside the UI.
On the other hand, on-demand tips UI are similar to product tours and can have a similar impact.
In this post, you’ll learn how to build a simple product tour for your React application. Before building, it you’ll first need to learn about existing React libraries.
Existing React libraries for product tours
Even though product tours are used by lot of companies, there aren’t many React-based tour UIs. Some of the libraries are React Tour and React Joyride.
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React Tour has around 1.4k stars on Github and is moderately active.
It has very nice UI if you need a simple product tour without much customization. If this is the case, React Tour UI will be good enough.
You can view the demo for React Tour here .
How it works
With React Tour, you pass the classname selector and content for each step to the component.
It will render the tour UI based on a button click, or after mounting the component. It’s simple for static pages and UI:
However, if you need to customize for a custom behavior, then it won’t work very well. The component is very rigid, and styles aren’t exposed well enough to make it reusable.
One drawback is that if you don’t use styled-components in your project, then you won’t have any luck using the component. There is no other way — the library has a hard dependency for styled components.
Additionally, if a classname selector is not present in the current screen, then React Tour just displays the non-matched content in the center of the screen. There is no way to hide it.
The only way to overwrite such behavior is to trigger the next steps through our own logic, but that defeats the purpose of the component.
It’s almost as complex as writing your own component for product tours.
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React Tour really shines when you don’t want to customize a lot, and when you want basic tour functionality with beautiful UI and UX.
It also works well for static content or dynamic content where the selector labels always exist on the UI.
React Joyride library
The next famous React product tour library is React Joyride . It has 3k stars on Github and is also actively developed.
The UI isn’t as elegant as React Tours, but the API is less rigid. It allows for some level of customization.
Of course, it has its own limitations.
The docs aren’t good enough if you need custom solution on top of basic React tour functionality. The props API also isn’t very intuitive or simple.
The only difference is that it has solutions for most use cases in product tours. They expose all the events and actions to the end user, so you can capture those actions and do whatever customization you want.
Building a simple product tour in a React app
First, let’s build a simple React tour without any custom functionality.
We’ll use react-dashboard by creative tim as our base application.
This loads the product tour on top of it.
This is what the dashboard UI looks like:
We’ll do a product tour on this UI. You can see the final product tours UI here .
Let’s create the simple product tour component:
Load this tour component anywhere on the page to load the blinking beacon UI. If you click that beacon, it will open the tour. The next button will let you navigate til the end of the tour.
Joyride components take a lot of props. The most important ones are steps props. It accepts an array of objects with target selector elements and content.
Continuous props are used for showing the next button on each step.
You can see the demo for this simple tour component here .
Now let’s add more features and make our product tour more customized. Simple features are:
Skip option on each step
- Change locale text labels
- Hide / show buttons (next, skip, back buttons)
Custom styles like button colors and text alignment
Then we’ll add the custom feature like:
- Auto start the tour
- Start the tour by manual triggers (i.e., through link or button click)
- Hide blinking beacon
- Auto start tour once and only show tour on manual triggers next time
Most of the basic functionalities can be achieved through the props provided by Joyride docs .
Adding showSkipButton to true will do the trick. Skip link will skip the remaining step on the tour.
How to change text labels for buttons and links
Let’s change the last button text as end tour and skip button text to close tour .
How to hide Back, Next and Skip buttons
- For the Skip button, use *showSkipButton* props
- For the Back button, use hideBackButton
- For the Next button, use continuous props
Unlike other props, continuous props work differently. They either show the Next button or show a Close button, depending on the boolean value passed to the props.
You can see how inconsistent the props API naming are. It isn’t very easy to find lot of hidden features unless you read the complete docs for Joyride couple of times 😅
Styles are exposed as an object. So if you pass a style object to the component, the component will merge it with their default styles.
A caveat to this way of styling is that it only supports a handful of the object styles, which are already defined on the component.
It won’t allow you to customize everything on an element level. Also, the classnames used in the rendered elements are not very easy to customize.
However, the library exposes props to use your own elements instead of the default elements.
Some of the components are:
- Beacon component ( beaconComponent prop)
- tooltip component ( tooltipComponent prop)
Controlled product tour
So far, you’ve learned how to use the Joyride library to create a basic product tour and customize it using props.
You’ve also seen some of the limitations to styling the component.
Until now, the tour has been controlled in the library. You just pass the steps and tweak some props.
It’s possible to control the tour and trigger goto a particular step directly through button click, but it requires some coding.
We’ll see how to do it by achieving a few of the features.
The Joyride component exposes some of the actions and events through callback. You need to capture the callback and, based on the function, you can customize your functionality.
It’s simple to make the component controlled by passing a prop stepIndex .
stepIndex is the index number and starts from 0. Once you pass the values, the Next and Back button clicks need to be handled by you.
Let’s get to it. First, we will define the steps:
Here’s the initial state to make the component controlled:
To auto start the tour, you need to pass disableBeacon: true in the first step. This will just disable the beacon. But you need to trigger start by changing the state run: true :
The actions that are important to make the functionality are Close button click, Skip button click, Next, and Back button click.
Let’s implement the reducer function:
Now we’ll listen to the events and dispatch proper state changes to manage the tour:
Here’s a quick overview of how each action, event, and state update works:
If the Close button, Skip button, or End Tour button are clicked, then STOP the tour. Meanwhile, if the Next or Back button are clicked, then check whether the target element is present in the page.
If the target element is present, then go to that step. If it’s not present, find the next step target and iterate.
Joyride expose EVENTS, STATUS, and ACTION labels. You can use those to listen to the callback event without hardcoding it.
Let’s also auto start the tour when the page loads:
You can even trigger the start of tour using button click:
Right now, we have it set up so that the tour will be shown every time you refresh the page.
If you only want to show the tour once and then trigger it only through manual click, you can do so using localStorage .
You can find the working example code here and the demo here .
Steps for building a custom product tour in React
We’ve achieved the product tour using the Joyride library.
But what if we need to create our own?
Let’s walk through building a tour component.
The biggest challenges to building tour components include finding the target element and showing a popover component, as well as ensuring the popover component calculates the available window space and automatically displays by the target element.
It can also be difficult to ensure the tour component is reusable and that styles are easily extended.
To build a custom tour component in React, it’s easiest to isolate the functionality and component UI with these React Hooks:
- useTour – a custom Hook to build your own UI on top of functionality
- Tour – a dumb UI component that consumes useTour to load the tour portal UI
This mock code shows how useTour works:
I hope this article helped you learn the tricks of creating product tour components in your React application. Let me know your experience on tour UX in the comments 🤗
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Tour and guide libraries are there to help you guide your users through using your app. They do so by adding extra information to your UI, by providing tips or text (usually obtained from the server in JSON format), and by adding step-by-step instructions regarding the UI and/or functionalities of your web app. This post will cover my seven personal favorite libraries.
Build a Clear UI (Before Using Guide Libraries)
“A user interface is like a joke. If you have to explain it, it’s not that good”. — Martin Leblanc
As you well know, nothing beats a self-explanatory UI. Instructions of any type should only be used after you’ve done your best in delivering a clear UI and a great UX. One key step in achieving that is building a design system .
Design systems or UI libraries are a way to reuse and standardize UI components (among other things). They’re a great way to maintain consistency in style and function, making your app more predictable and much easier to learn (less variance in UI means fewer things need to be learned).
Design systems are no longer a luxury enjoyed exclusively by large enterprises. Thanks to new cloud solutions like Bit.dev , design systems or UI libraries can grow and expand as you build your app. You can simply push individual UI components from any codebase/repository to a shared component hub where you and your team may discover, test, use and collaborate on them. Bit supports React, React with TS, Angular, VueJS and many others.
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Intro.js is widely used due to its user-friendly solutions and has 19k GitHub stars. Its most important features are:
- No dependencies: It does not require any other dependencies
- User-Friendly: Navigation is user-friendly and provides various themes that can be selected as per your preference.
- Browser Compatibility: Works on all major browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Internet Explorer.
- Documentation: The documentation is excellent with samples and examples of each element to be introduced.
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To use Intro.js, you need to have npm and Node.js installed. Alternately, you can get Intro.js from:
- Its GitHub repository: use, git clone https://github.com/usablica/intro.js.git
- using bower:
- CDNs ( jsdeliver.com , cdnjs.com )
Once you have installed intro.js, there are three simple steps to add it to your project:
- Add the JS and CSS files (intro.js and introjs.css) into your project. If you require right to left language support, you can also add introjs-rtl.min.css.
- Add the attributes data-intro and data-step to the relevant HTML elements. This will enable intro.js for the particular elements.
Use the following additional parameter to call Intro.js on a particular element or class.
Here is an example page where the user-friendly Intro.js is seen working.
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Intro.js is used by many organizations like SAP, Amazon, Nestle, and Kobo.
Shepherd has 8.1k GitHub stars , and its website demonstrates how it works. Here are its main features:
- Highly Customizable: Allows changing the look and feel without affecting performance.
- Framework Ready: Readily ingrates into your project’s front-end framework.
- Documentation: Documentation covers installations and customizations including theming, and styling for your projects.
Shepherd - Guide your users through a tour of your app.
Guide your users through a tour of your app..
Guide your users through a tour of your app.shepherdjs.dev
Shepherd is integrated with many major front-end frameworks and provides the following wrapper facilitates out of the box:
- Angular: angular-shepherd is an Angular wrapper, compatible with Angular 8+.
- Ember: ember-shepherd is an ember wrapper, tested with Ember.js >= v3.8, and is compatible with Ember CLI v12.3.
- React: react-shepherd is a React wrapper.
- Vue: vue-shepherd is a Vue wrapper.
You can directly install these wrappers using npm or yarn:
It can also be pulled directly via JsDeliver from the CDN:
Once you have installed Shepherd, you can include the CSS and JS files as follows:
Here is an example of creating a Shepherd tour and adding steps with DOM elements attached to it.
Shephard is used by companies like SimplePlanner and Brokermate to guide their users through the initial steps of their applications.
3. Bootstrap Tour
Twitter Bootstrap provides its own free tour implementation with Bootstrap Tour. It has 4,315 GitHub stars.
If you are using bootstrap, include bootstrap-tour.min.css and bootstrap-tour.min.js: otherwise, just include….
You can simply use the CSS and JS files of bootstrap:
You can even pull the JS and CSS files from CDN.
After the initial setup, you can create an instance of the tour and add steps with the element details as follows:
Inspired by Gmail’s new composer tour, Chardin.js is a simple overlay of instructions on existing elements. It uses a JQuery plugin to display instructions. The GitHub page contains the instructions and documentation and has 4.9k GitHub stars.
Chardin.js - Simple and beautiful overlay instructions for your apps.
You can fork the GitHub repo or download the required CSS and JS files chardinjs.css and chardinjs.min.js and add them to the HTML page.
After setting up, you can add instructions to the document. Below is an example of adding an instruction to an image element. The data-intro sets the text to be displayed and data-positions decide the position of the text.
To run Chardin in the sequential mode you need to use different instructions like data-chardin-sequenced=”true”, data-chardin-auto=”true” and data-chardin-delay=”100” to display the instructions with an automatic movement through elements.
Once the elements are ready with the instructions, you can initialize the library through a button click or make it run automatically. The library can also be limited to a particular container.
Chardin.js allows you to refresh the overlay and also provides construction options to specify URL containing text as JSON objects that can be displayed as instructions.
PageGuide is a smart guide for interactive, dynamic, and single-page apps based on jQuery and CSS3.
Pageguide by SolarWinds
An interactive guide for web page elements using jquery and css3. view the project on github tracelytics/pageguide….
You can install PageGuide in any one of the following four ways:
- Download the latest release from GitHub
- Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/tracelytics/pageguide.git
- Install with Bower
Install using npm
The installation is loaded with examples and can be run using Grunt at http://localhost:3000/example/ .
For the initial setup, add pageguide.js and the CSS file as follows:
Add the following code to your HTML file to initialize PageGuide:
Specify the selector in <ul>, this will be matched by PageGuide to display the text. Below is an example of adding pageguide.js to the bottom of the page.
PageGuide is used to display static messages on the page, resulting in it being less cluttered.
Hopscotch was built by Gordon Koo and Hans van de Bruggen as an open-source tool during LinkedIn’s Incubator program . Its main purpose was to solve problems of usability, intuitiveness, and performance.
With 4.3k GitHub stars, it is only 8kb in its minified and gzipped state. Though it does not require dependencies, it may use jQuery if available on the page. Hopscotch offers:
- Event callbacks: supports callbacks for onStart, onNext, and onClose events.
- Multipage resistance: Uses HTML5 session storage to persist the state of the tour across pages.
- i18n: Supports internationalization.
- Lightweight callouts: Manages callouts with a convenient method to create them.
- Browser compatibility: It is compatible with all browsers.
- Customizable: It allows CSS tweaks, bubble markup, and page interactivity.
This project is no longer used by linkedin and is currently unmaintained. if you would like to maintain this project….
Use Grunt.js to build Hopscotch. This will run the test suite with new artifacts. Then include the two files hopscotch.js and hopscotch.css into the HTML page.
Once the initial setup is complete, you can initialize the tour using JSON.
Hopscotch can be tested using the Jasmine testing framework and allows continuous integration with Travis CI.
Tourist.js is a simple library best suited for a single page application than a multipage website. It can control the interface at each step. Using Tourist, you can create a guide for the steps that require opening a window or menu. A series of steps can be specified with instructions for particular elements.
Despite the absence of a website, the GitHub page with 12k stars consists of extensive documentation.
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You can install Tourist.js using the following bower command:
Tourist requires jQuery and Backbone, and has the ability to use Bootstrap 3 popovers (default) or QTip2 tips along with Bootstrap 3 CSS.
After the initial setup, you can create the steps and add them to the tour instance as follows:
It also allows you to have your custom implementation for tips using Tourist.tip.
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A travel application built with MERN Stack from scratch
Travel Map Pin
A single page application built with MERN Stack from scratch (MongoDB + Mongoose, Express, React & NodeJs)
About The Project
In this application, you can pin your location and share your reviews with other users.
The users can pin their favourite locations on the map to which the users can rate them, write some descripion about that place which other users can see.
Here are some of the basis functions:
- Pin a location
- Review & Rating
- Preview all locations on the map
For front end
- ReactJS v17.0.2
For the backend API
- Express Framework
This is an example of how you may give instructions on setting up your project locally. To get a local copy up and running follow these simple example steps.
For the web application to work, you only need to have a knowledge about ReactMapGl. React App using the ReactMapGL component to use mapbox to display a map theme.
ReactMapGl component props that take from MAPBOX are: mapboxApiAccessToken and mapStyle.
Access key and mapStyle can be found once a MapBox account has been created where the access token will be visible at the bottom of the page. Mapstyle token can be found on Mapbox under Tools & resources, where Design in mapbox studio is selected to select a visual design theme and a code is then generated.
Clone the repo and change to that folder
Install packages for the backend
- Move to backend folder
- Update the MongoDB URL (You can see it in .env.example )
- Run the server
Install packages for the frontend
- Move to frontend folder
Get a free API Key from Mapbox at their website .
Update the API in “./frontend/.env” (You can see it in .env.example )
- Run the frontend server
As the introduction indicated, this is an app where you can register, log in then write a review and rating of places you have visited. Users can go on the app and see other user’s comments on the map.
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.
Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.
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Github Projects: The Ultimate Guide to Project Planning With Github
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Home to more than 83 million developers since 2008, Github.com has served as the single source of truth for issue tracking and version control for millions of software projects. Now, it intends to empower developers to be more efficient with the right project management features built natively into the platform.
Github Issues provides an excellent way to track different developmental tasks for collaboration and teamwork. However, it struggles with displaying large amounts of data in an organized way and using automation tools to simplify project planning. That’s where Github Projects come in.
Github Projects is currently in public beta. That means anyone can just log in to their account and switch the old kanban boards for a much more comprehensive database view of their project tasks. They can then manage tasks, add custom metadata, track relationships, and have conversations with their team — all from within Github.
In this article, we’ll be taking a detailed look at Github Projects. What does this new feature mean for the future of development teams? And how can you make it even better ? We’ll also be sharing some very useful project management tips for software developers using Github.
What Is Github Projects?
The thing about most project management tools is that they’re almost never built into your development environment, requiring you to access a separate interface to manage and assign tasks to team members.
Github Issues was the first step to changing that.
With project planning and issue tracking capabilities built right into your development software, Github wanted to give software engineers the tools they needed to achieve maximum efficiency.
But there was a catch.
Kanban boards may feel intuitive when the amount of data is small and manageable. But for larger teams with lots of tasks to switch between, a spreadsheet is much more useful. It allows for adding custom fields and metadata, makes it easier to filter and sort through issues, as well as gives you the option to switch between different views depending on your needs.
Github Projects is the latest iteration of Git Issues — Github’s own project management tool. It aims to solve all of these challenges by using a single toggle to switch from project boards to spreadsheets when managing tasks, issues, and pull requests.
Github Projects: Understanding the Top Features
With project management functionality built natively into your development environment, Github Projects aims to revolutionize the way you work. Here are some of its top features:
Your project management software works in synchronization with your development tools, ensuring that developers and project managers have access to the same data. When you alter an issue or pull request, it automatically changes the project description in Issues. Similarly, when a project description is altered, the issue or pull request gets automatically updated.
You can use a variety of custom fields to track metadata like ship dates, project complexity, iteration number, and more. You can even filter and sort your tasks through these custom fields in the spreadsheet view.
Use the GraphQL API and GitHub Actions to automate workflows on Github. For example, when an issue is closed, you can automatically mark the corresponding project status as Done. If you’d like to learn more about automation, Github also provides a handy guide for reference.
Project Planning Tips for Github Users
How to make the most out of your time using Github Projects? Here are some useful tips to help you get started:
Organize, organize, organize
Github offers lots of options to help you organize your projects and tasks. While the iconic kanban boards have been around since 2016, the new spreadsheet view offers additional ways to view and arrange data.
Project boards are fully customizable, making it easy to change everything from column headers in the overview to color codes for individual tasks. The spreadsheet view, on the other hand, lets you freely add custom metadata and switch seamlessly between various filters. You can also add people to teams and create custom project milestones to further streamline your project.
Make it conversational
Would you like to have spontaneous conversations with team members or collaborate with multiple people across different projects? Thanks to notes, reviews, and mentions, you can now take your collaborative workflows to the next level.
Notes enable you to leave reminders and tips next to project boards to offer guidance to your team members.
Reviews help users approve changes or leave comments on existing projects.
Mentions let you immediately call the attention of a specific team member by @ing them in a conversation.
Together, Github offers lots of ways to have conversations on work-related topics on the fly. Holding conversations directly in your development environment can greatly improve efficiency.
Use integrations to do more
Apps and integrations can greatly enhance the functionality of Github to make it a more well-rounded project management tool.
7pace is a time-tracking add-on that helps you track work directly inside Github. By combining seamlessly with the existing functionality of Github Issues and Github Projects, it lets developers stay on top of their billable hours and enhance productivity with better intelligence tools.
If you already use Slack at your workplace, its corresponding integrations can enable you to share projects and files easily on the platform.
Azure Boards now has a Github integration that lets you easily switch between the two platforms to manage pull requests and work items. It’s very useful if you migrated from Microsoft Azure recently.
There are lots of other integrations that let you enhance either the development or productivity side of Github. The quality of life features added by these tools can greatly improve your experience with the platform.
7pace: The Ultimate Time-Tracking Tool for Github Developers
Github Issues and Projects (Beta) are highly intuitive project management tools built natively into your development environment. But they both miss out on one crucial aspect.
A big part of the challenge for project managers working with development teams is tracking time and estimating projects . Most developers get paid by the hour, so tracking the number of hours required to complete a project is essential not only for getting paid but also for offering realistic estimates to clients regarding project costs.
7pace is a time-tracking add-on that works inside Github Issues (or Projects). It integrates seamlessly with the development environment to offer time-tracking and data estimation functionalities that look and feel native to the platform.
It doesn’t just stop at tracking hours for sending invoices. 7pace offers intelligent insights into your team’s efficiency so that you can take measures to improve everyone’s overall productivity. This also enables project managers to create better estimates for time and budget at the onset of a new project.
With 7pace, it’s a lot easier for project managers and development teams to make data-driven decisions when taking on new projects. Why not sign up for a free trial and see how this powerful integration can transform your Github workflow?
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About Tour and Travel Management System Laravel
The major goal of the Tour and Travels Management System is to provide the greatest facilities and travel services to customers who want to book hotels, flights, and bus tickets for a trip. We created a tour and travel management system that allows users to search for tour destinations based on their preferences.
Instead of providing the best travel services to clients and travel agents, this is done. We’ve enhanced our tours and travel management plan to include an exploration platform where visitors can search for trip destinations based on their preferences. This strategy also aids in the promotion of dependable and intriguing tourism, allowing individuals to spend their vacations in their favorite locations.
This technique also encourages tourism to be expanded to include diverse cultures and communities in order to improve the tourism experience, adventure, and pride. We created this system to construct and expand the tourism framework that allows tourists and locals to have healthy interactions and enhances awareness of diverse cultures, traditional lifestyles, traditional knowledge, and moralities.
This method also makes it easier to connect with other events. This system also gives trip-related information, such as which attractions, cities, and regions are tourist attractions. Tourists can also get a map and navigation system, as well as weather data.
What is Tour and Travel Management System in Laravel?
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HTML and PHP-Laravel were employed as coding languages. The travel and tourism management system is used to book a tour from anywhere in the world through a single dynamic website that will provide the user with all of the information about the sites and tour specifics in one spot. By creating a tour page, the administrator can add packages from certain travel agents and hotels to the website.
The users may then log in and book each project, which the admin can confirm in their manage booking page. The confirmation can be seen on the user’s personal booking page. It is a simple platform for all passengers to book and learn about all the details. Travel and tourist management, travel packages, tourism, and package booking are some of the terms used in this paper.
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Creating a project
Learn how to create an organization or user project.
In this article
Projects are an adaptable collection of items that stay up-to-date with GitHub data. Your projects can track issues, pull requests, and ideas that you note down. You can add custom fields and create views for specific purposes.
You can also choose to use an existing project as a template and copy the views and custom fields to a new project. For more information, see " Copying an existing project ."
Creating an organization project
Organization projects can track issues and pull requests from the organization's repositories. You can also set projects in your organization as templates, and curate a list of recommended templates to highlight, that other organization members can then use as the base for the projects they create. For more information, see " Managing project templates in your organization ."
In the upper-right corner of GitHub.com, select your profile photo, then click Your organizations .
Click the name of your organization.
Under your organization name, click Projects .
Click New project .
Select which type of project or template you want to use.
- To create a blank project, under "Start from scratch", click Table , Roadmap , or Board .
- To create a project from a template, click the template you want to use. You can select from the built-in templates curated by GitHub, the templates created by your organization, and the recommended templates that have been chosen by your organization.
Optionally, if you selected a template, review the fields, views, workflows, and insights that will be created.
In the text box under "Project name", type a name for your new project.
Click Create project .
Creating a user project
User projects can track issues and pull requests from the repositories owned by your personal account.
In the top right corner of GitHub.com, click your profile photo, then click Your profile .
On your profile, click Projects .
- To create a project from a template, click the built-in template that you want to use.
Updating your project description and README
You can set your project's description and README to share the purpose of your project, provide instructions on how to use the project, and include any relevant links.
Navigate to your project.
In the top-right, click to open the menu.
In the menu, click Settings to access the project settings.
To add a short description to your project, under "Add a description", type your description in the text box and click Save .
To update your project's README, under "README", type your content in the text box.
- You can format your README using Markdown. For more information, see " Basic writing and formatting syntax ."
- To toggle between the text box and a preview of your changes, click or .
To save changes to your README, click Save .
You can view and make quick changes to your project description and README by navigating to your project and clicking in the top right.
- " Adding your project to a repository "
- " Adding items to your project "
- " Changing the layout of a view "