My personal preference is to keep onboarding guides concise. The default height for text input for list and activity descriptions is more than 12 lines of text, which is much more than I ever use. This takes up a lot of vertical space and makes it difficult to navigate a guide when many sections are expanded.
When working with large guides, I get disoriented when I have many lists and activities expanded. It is not clear where a list starts and ends.
Possible solutions: more whitespace between lists, collapse other areas automatically when not working with them, more indentation for activity items vs list items.
The only way to add new activities and lists is by dragging and dropping the box on the right sidebar.
This is inaccessible (well, most of the site is but that's a different defect). It is also inconvenient, because I have a lot of content and I have to scroll to the top of the page and drag the box down, scroll down, and drop to where I want it to.
It would be easier to have some way to add an activity while I am editing a list. Perhaps, a button to add a new activity at the bottom of the list.
When I create an onboarding guide, I save it as a template for similar positions in the team. I make modifications to that guide after time and want to update the template to reflect those changes. When I save the template with the same name, it seems that a new template is created with the same name. This is confusing. I expect the existing template to be overwritten, after a warning prompt.
Someimtes, I want to reference the same resource from multiple activities. There doesn't seem to be a way to do that other than create another resource with the same contents.