You need to install and activate Advanced Popups to make this feature work.
There're a few possible layouts for the popups available. Side (right or left image) and background layouts support any page content.
So, feel free to insert any block, including paragraphs and headings, a subscription form, share buttons, or social links or even a custom HTML snippet.
Display a popup a specific number of seconds after the page load.
Display a popup right after the page load.
Display a popup when a user scrolled to the end of the page.
Display a popup when a user intends to exit your website by closing the browser tab.
Display a popup on a specific scroll position in pixels.
Close a popup after the user accepts terms and conditions.
Display a popup when a user clicks on an element with a given class or identifier.
Choose a suitable location for your popups. You may create multiple popups with different locations and triggers.
Enjoy the available subtle animations of the popups: fade, slide, zoom and a combination of slide and fade effect.
Slide & Fade
Display a popup on the front page only.
Display a popup on the blog page.
Displays a popup on all archive pages, including categories, tags, and date archives.
Display a popup on a specific post type archive.
Display a popup on a specific taxonomy pages, for example tags or categories.
Display a popup on an author's page.
Search Result Page
Displays a popup on the search results page.
404 Error Page
Displays a popup on the 404 error page.
Displays a popup on a specific page slug or URL.