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Guide Editor

What are users doing...

Design (content?)

Adding/updating content blocks
Simple text (informational)
Prompts
Checkbox
Multiple choice
Short answer
Paragraph
Multiple choice grid
Checkbox grid
Linear scale
File upload
Interviews and schedule
Team members (and bios)
References
Assessment (multi-step)
Adding/removing/updating cover photo

Interviews

Adding/editing interview details
Renaming (plus, emoji)
Schedule management
Location details (phone, online, in-person)
Description
Attendees/participants

Notifications (could this become “automation”?)

Applying settings for notification of stage progression
Editing default messaging
Who should get notified of stage progression, interactions, etc

Settings

Automation settings
Access control

Questions

What’s our opinion on blocks and block content?
Is it more valuable to add pre-defined blocks (Google Forms / Typeform), or add blocks as containers that can then have multiple elements/content added to them (the no code web design tool approach).
First option takes the approach of content tied to layout while the second separates layout from content.
Should users add pre-defined blocks? Or, add blocks as containers that can then have multiple elements added to them?
First option is Google Forms approach (content tied to layout)
Second option is the #nocode web design approach (layout then content)
Assuming pre-defined blocks is best for our audience, how many pre-defined options feel right? At what point does it become decision overload?
Semi-related — how do I build in layout options to a pre-defined block?
How many paths should we provide for adding blocks/content?
UI-specific generator like Google Forms
Intuitive empty states
Hover/non-hover states that prompt for block creation

Types of content (blocks)

Primitives

Prompt
Short answer
Paragraph
Multiple choice
Checkbox
Dropdown
File upload
Linear scale
Multiple choice grid
Checkbox grid

Structural
Text and description
Image
Video
Links / Uploads / Attachments
Section / Grid / List / Table


Advanced

Scheduling
Integrations
Library / Saved / Templates
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