The end-to-end example shows how to set up a site in Zephr, define the user journeys for each type of end user, and publish a feature to allow end users to progress from anonymous user, through registered user, to paid customer.
In this example, we do the following
- Set up our site in Zephr, as described in the Set Up Your Site topic
- Add user attributes to gather and store the end user’s first and last name, as described in the Add Your User Attributes topic
- Create a feature and build a rule that asks anonymous user to register before they can view content, as described in the Build Your Anonymous User Journey section
- Build a rule that allows registered user to view two pieces of content each week before encountering a paywall, as described in the Define Your Registered User Journey section
- Build a rule that allows customers to access your content, as described in the Define Your Customer Journey topic
- Publish your feature, as described in the Publish Your Feature topic