How to Create a Slide-In Scroll Box Campaign

OptinMonster makes it easy to create and display a Slide-In scroll box campaign on your site. These campaigns are a great way to convert visitors without disrupting their browsing experience.

In this article, you’ll learn how to create a Slide-In campaign.

Create Slide-In Campaign

A Slide-In campaign scrolls up from the bottom right corner of the page, offering a subtler offer to your visitors. Slide-In campaigns are often used to redirect visitors to related content, prompting visitors to subscribe to a newsletter, or offering a discount.

To create a Slide-In campaign, follow these steps:

  1. From the Campaigns screen, select the Create New Campaign button.
    Select the Create New Campaign button to get started in OptinMonster.
  2. Next, select Slide-in as the campaign type. You’ll be shown the available templates for the Slide-in type campaign, choose one to begin building your campaign.
    Select Slide-in as the campaign type
  3. That’s it! You’ll see your new campaign load in the campaign builder where you can customize it.

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Can I control if the campaign is minimized when closed?

Yes! If you would like your Slide-In campaign to minimize instead of close completely when the Close button is clicked, you can follow our documentation on activating your Slide-In campaign’s minimized state.

I’m having trouble closing my Slide-In campaign on mobile devices.

Visitors may have difficulty accessing the close button on a Slide-In campaign if the content in the campaign causes the campaign to be taller than the available screen space. This is because Slide-In campaigns are always anchored to the bottom of the browser screen, rather than floating in the middle of the screen like a popup campaign.

If this is happening with your Slide-In campaign, we recommend adding the “Visitor’s Device” Display Rule to exclude showing the campaign on mobile devices. Then, use a Mobile Optimized Popup which can be scrolled to view all content if needed.