Where do I start with code journeys?

Neelke Stadler Updated by Neelke Stadler

Code journeys are fun! And very powerful. Make sure you try it out.

You can work through the 10 Basic and Advanced Training code journeys. Read the documentation; it gives an overview plus LOTS of examples you can copy and paste.

Please book to join one of our Advanced Training sessions where we teach you how to use code journeys. Learning together is fun!

1. Start by checking out the training journeys

We've added some basic code and no-code journeys in Turn so that you can easily get a feeling for how they work. Select one of the training, interact with it in the preview, try and edit something small in the code, or add a card. Voila! You are learning to use code journeys.

Even without understanding any code, you can interact with the phone preview on the right of the Journey page to see what the code is intended to do. Once you've experienced the interaction (see the GIF below), it will be much easier to modify the code in the left block to suit your use case.

Change things like the message text or button copy. Now, save it and interact with your updated Journey. Voila! You are learning to use the code.

2. Okay that sounds cool, but where do I find code Journey in Turn?

We're glad you've asked!

  • Log in to Turn and navigate to the Journeys page.
  • Select +New Journey.
  • Select From Scratch and then Coded
  • Select any of the Basic or Advanced Training examples.

3. Any documentation to learn more?

Of course! We've documented everything you need to know; from a general overview covering the code structure and language to all the available functions and expressions that allows you to punch above your (coding) weight. Everything comes with ready-to-use code examples!

We also show you how to get data from Journeys, and more advanced actions like doing API integrations.

There are lots to learn, and lots of building blocks to use in crafting your impact service. Let's do this!

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