At first glance, a ToolTip and a Driven Action may look the same. So how do we know when to use one versus the other?
Tooltip - Extremely helpful for product tours and great at grabbing the user’s attention.
Driven Action - Focuses the user’s attention on a specific element to encourage or “drive” them to complete an action such as a click or a text input.
A Tooltip automatically has a button included in the box. It will not move to the next step in the experience unless the user clicks the button.
A Driven Action does not have a button included in the box (unless you add it). In order to go to the next step from a Driven Action, the user simply needs to complete the task it is asking them to do.