Buttonizer has separate actions for mobile and desktop.
To boost the number of interactions on your website you have to find out what action you want the visitor to take on every device. Depending on your motive for having Buttonizer on your website, you can think about what actions you want to have on desktop and mobile.
For example: I want my website visitors to call me.
Mobile: Call-Action, opens up the phone number on your mobile
Desktop: it might not be handy to make a ‘Call action’ because most desktops can’t directly make a phone call. Therefore it may be better to link to your contact page using the ‘Website URL action’ (and here the visitor sees the phone number)
That is why you can edit the visibility of the button within a group. Underneath the button action -> Show on, you can indicate whether you want it to be active on mobile or desktop (or both!).
At label -> visibility, you can indicate when you want a button to be shown.
Tip: Know your user and what they would like to see. Only add a button if it adds value for the user. Don’t use too many buttons. Use Google Analytics to see results. Improve 😉
Ultimately, of course, you decide how you use Buttonizer.