Intercom uses a timeline to make sure users follow a set of steps to start using their account.
Freshdesk admin screen is divided in 4 sections where each section has a list of settings represented with a small logo and text.
Freshdesk has sectionwise as well as fully searchable help. You can search for your query from the top bar or you can checkout from the sections mentioned below.
Freshdesk's each ticket is represented by a card with ticket status on the right. It has a 3 column layout with left nav, tickets in the middle and filters on the right.
Producthunt's forum where makers can post any discussions, survey and goals. It has text cards and list items with checkboxes just like tasks lists.
Pagerduty's welcome screen is almost an empty dashboard with an image and a few steps on the right side.
Basecamp has a flat pricing of $99 for any team size. They also offer a 30 day free trial which is mentioned right below the pricing plan. They also have a FAQ section and user growth graph in the end ...
Buffer has a colorful and a sparse homepage where they have a signup button instead of form at the top followed by feature listing and testimonials.
Hotjar has categorized their help in various sections like Installation, Billings etc and you can sort out your queries by choosing from those broad categories.
Smartlook has a list based FAQ page where they display the person's name and their photo with each answer.
Fullstory has a 3 column layout for their dashboard with left nav and col-6 cards for various data like session replays, user trends, segments, funnels and much more, They do have a flexible dashboard ...