A lot of web applications have their own mobile version. Not only is the UI (typically) different with much less space on the screen, it's also possible for the elements on the mobile version of the editor to require different CSS selectors. Therefore, in most applications, it's best to design a different tour for the mobile version.
Now the tour is ready to be displayed on mobile version only.
We consider the device to be mobile when the viewport width is lower than 768px.
We recommend using Chrome DevTool's built-in device emulation mode. It allows you to view your application as it would appear on a real mobile device.
Now, the device emulation mode should be on. You should see something similar to this:
If the editor is taking up too much of the viewport, select Responsive from the Dimensions dropdown at the top and adjust the size of the emulated viewport.