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Divide & Conquer!

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Use Sub-trees For Tackling The Trickiest Trees

Have you had trouble developing intricate, multi-step trees? Is maintaining an easy flow for your users throughout a complex decision process a challenge? Are you having issues scaling your trees up to accommodate more users and use cases?

If you know you’re going to have a large project ahead of you, planning is crucial. You’ll want to break up your larger tree into individual threads and themes. Once they’re broken up, you can refine the smaller pieces until they’re perfected, and then create discrete, small to medium sized trees. Finally, once your sub-trees are ready and working properly by themselves, you can use Tree Nodes to connect them into your finished, mega-Zingtree.

While in the planning stages of complex decision trees, many users find these sub-trees occur naturally. So pause your active tree development (just for a minute) in Wizard or Designer, make an outline of your tree and its constituent sub-trees.

Try using sub-trees for your most intricate trees today.

New Updates: Improved Image Import, Content Editor and More

 

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We’ve been working hard on making Zingtree easier and more fun to use, and today our customers get to enjoy a new and improved Zingtree experience. Here’s all the exciting news:

The Big Stuff:

  • You can now copy and paste images into node content.
  • We’re using a better node content editor, which can work full screen, do text and background colors, and more. This is used in Edit Node, Wizard and Designer.
  • Edit Node now has a Preview button.
  • Wizard and Designer cooperate better. Trees created in Wizard now look good in designer, and unlinked nodes don’t get deleted.

The Nitty Gritty Details:

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