This is awesome, two short comments on the copy:

Click the "Edit beta" button (without the superscript) sounds a bit clunky, what if we just said click the "Edit" button (the guider is already pointing at the right tab). Wouldn't this also be problematic for those languages not using the "beta" label, like the Swedish WIkipedia example you just shared?

Showing a "You're almost done" message right after I click the edit button confuses me as it seems to suggest that I don't actually need to modify the content.

other than this, I'm very excited about new guiders and I can't wait to see them live when the new GS goes in production.

Dario

On Sep 19, 2013, at 4:17 PM, Steven Walling <swalling@wikimedia.org> wrote:

As promised,[1] today we deployed a guided tour that shows new users how to make their first edit using VisualEditor. This tour is a complement to the similar one we created, which shows users how to use the basic functions of the wikitext editor. 

Append ?tour=firsteditve to any article URL (where guided tours are available) to see it in action, like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ornate_Cowfish?tour=firsteditve or https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphaenogaster_fallax?tour=firsteditve

There are some bugs to iron out (like https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54352) and translations are partially complete at best, but this is one more step toward finalizing the GettingStarted onboarding experience for newly-registered editors, and rolling out across language editions of Wikipedia. For reference, this is one of the tours we will be delivering to basically all new editors in our next A/B test of GettingStarted.[2]

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Steven Walling
https://wikimediafoundation.org/

1. http://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/ee/2013-September/000659.html
2. mediawiki.org/wiki/Onboarding_new_Wikipedians#Proposed
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