Up until today, people using your decision trees needed to click the Back button inside of the tree itself in order to move to the previous step.
For short content embedded on a web page that was doable, but for longer content or Zingtree-hosted decision trees the natural inclination was to click the browser’s Back button to view the previous page; this would not act as the end-user expected.
Today’s update makes the browser’s Back button work exactly as you’d expect:
- For Zingtree hosted trees, or our Agent portal, clicking Back goes to the previous node.
- For trees embedded in your web site, you can select the new “Make Browser’s BACK Button go to Previous Node” option in the Advanced Publishing Options area of the Publish page. This will give you new embed code to use to activate this feature.
We also added some enhancements to Scoring:
- We increased the maximum number of buttons per node from 30 to 50. This is especially helpful for those with complex scoring scenarios.
- The Simple Overview shows what variable is used in the scoring process for each node.
- Editing scoring nodes with incomplete links or ranges from 0 to 0 saves properly.
Now that we’ve made back work properly, we’re looking ahead. If you have suggestions for us on how to make Zingtree better, please let us know!