NATS4 Mobile Tours
Mobile Tours are a feature in NATS4 that allow you to automatically redirect surfers using mobile phones to tours specifically designed for them. This allows you to create a tour that is less resource-heavy, allowing members of your site on mobile phones to browse more easily.
If you wish to create a new Mobile Tour, simply use the following steps.
To begin creating a new Mobile Tour, go to the Sites Admin. On the Sites Admin main page, click the "Add New Tour" action icon next to the site you wish to add a mobile tour to, and enter a shortname for your new tour.
On the next page, find the "Tour Type" option under the Tour Details section, and choose "Mobile." This will specify your new tour as a mobile tour to NATS. Configure the rest of your mobile tour to your liking, and click Save Changes. For more information on setting up tours, please see our NATS4 Sites Admin wiki article.
Next, go back to the Sites Admin main page and click the "Edit Site Details" action icon for the site which you created your mobile tour.
On the next page, you will see an option marked "Mobile Tour" with a drop-down menu next to it. Choose your newly created mobile tour from the drop-down menu and click Save Changes. This will set NATS to automatically redirect surfers to your mobile tour when it detects that they are browsing your site on a phone.
To do so, go to the Programs Admin and locate the programs that your standard tour applies to. Click the "Edit Program Details" action icon that corresponds to the program you wish to edit.
On the next page, scroll down to the "Tours In This Program" section, where you'll see all of the tours that are tracked by this program. Use the "Add Tour" drop-down menu to select your newly created mobile tour, and click Add. Any statistics generated by your mobile tour will now be tracked by the chosen program. If you wish to further edit your tour settings, simply click the "Edit" action icon corresponding to that tour.
NOTE: NATS will automatically redirect mobile users if sent through a NATS tracking link. If a surfer manually fills in a URL without going through a tracking link, they will be taken to your standard tour. To prevent this, simply add a redirect for your main URL to redirect those surfers.