Trigger a Divi Popup on Exit Intent

Exit Intent Trigger

The Exit Intent Popup Trigger will trigger the popup right before the user is about to leave the page. When the user’s mouse leaves the main viewport area, which implies they will be leaving the page, the popup will trigger! This has been proven to be an incredibly effective method at increasing conversions and email list subscriber growth.

Go ahead and try it out! Start heading for that back button!

(normally we recommend utilizing our close button cookie feature to only show the popup once, but for demonstration purposes you can refresh to see it again!)

View the Exit Intent Popup Documentation Here

Other Automatic Triggers

Timed Delay Trigger

Set your delay in seconds, or choose 0 to trigger on page load.

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Scroll Based Trigger

Trigger your overlay by how far the user has scrolled on the page.

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URL Trigger

Link directly to your overlay by adding /#overlay-1234 to the URL.

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