In this video, you'll get a quick overview of the biggest changes and you'll discover why Thrive Architect offers a HUGE improvement to your Thrive Leads plugin.
And by the way, for all existing users and members, this is a 100% free upgrade!
Customize Every Little Detail
After updating to the latest version, you'll see the Thrive Architect editor load up whenever you go to edit any one of your opt-in forms in Thrive Leads.
As soon as you look at Thrive Architect, you'll notice a huge number of customizability options that you could only dream of in Thrive Content Builder.
For your opt-in forms, the most important options will be found when you select the lead generation form. From here, you can select the input fields (by clicking on them) and the submit button. Every detail of these elements can now be changed. And not only in the default state, but also in hover state.
Discover Mobile Editing
In Thrive Leads you already have the possibility to show or hide a form on mobile, and now, with Thrive Architect, you can tweak each form to look good on any screen.
Thrive Architect features the most advanced mobile responsive editor for WordPress. This allows you to preview your form on tablet and mobile screen sizes. Then, you can start to edit and tweak your form to make it look good on each and every size.
This means you can for example:
- Hide images on mobile
- Make text smaller or larger depending on the screensize
- Hide complete "blocks" from your mobile or tablet forms
More Convenient State Switching
States is what is used in Thrive Leads to open a second instance of an opt-in form on click.
This can be a button on a ribbon that will open a lightbox or a "yes" button on the screenfiller that will trigger the display of an opt-in form. This is what we call multiple choice or multi-step opt-in forms.
In the former version of Thrive Leads, the states were shown in a grey ribbon that took up a lot of space on the screen. Now you can find them in a more convenient green plus-button in the lower right corner.
The former "event manager" has also been replaced by a new menu: "Actions and Animations". In this menu you'll be able to link buttons to the correct state.
This is Only the Beginning
This video is by no means a full show off of what Thrive Architect has to offer, but I hope it shows that Thrive Leads benefits immensely from this new visual editor.
And now that the foundation is built, we're ready to start creating new templates so if you have seen an opt-in form you really like let us know in the comments below!