Tree Nodes: Link Trees Together

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  • Zingtree makes it easy to break up your projects into smaller pieces using Tree Nodes.  A Tree Node lets you open a new tree from within an existing one. This diagram shows how it works:

     

    Here's how to set up Tree Nodes:

    First, create a Tree Node. This is a node that will open one of your other trees:

    1. Open your tree.
    2. Click +New Node, then Add Node.
    3. Click New Tree Node"
    4. Select the tree to open from the list.

    Finally, link one of your buttons to the new tree node. When the button is clicked, the new tree appears.

    When creating a tree node,  the new tree will start at the root node by default.  However, you can specify a different starting node if you like.

    Editing a tree node works like this:

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  • Zingtree makes it easy to break up your projects into smaller pieces using Tree Nodes.  A Tree Node lets you open a new tree from within an existing one. This diagram shows how it works:

     

    Here's how to set up Tree Nodes:

    First, create a Tree Node. This is a node that will open one of your other trees:

    1. Open your tree.
    2. Click Tools, then Add Node.
    3. Pick "add a new Tree Node".
    4. Select the tree to open from the list.

    Finally, link one of your buttons to the new tree node. When the button is clicked, the new tree appears.

    When creating a tree node,  the new tree will start at the root node by default.  However, you can specify a different starting node if you like.

    Editing a tree node works like this:

     

    Note: You can also add tree nodes from within Designer. Just drag a tree node into the drawing area.


  • Throughout 2022 Zingtree will be upgrading customers to our new faster and more modern user experience! Here's how to tell which experience your Zingtree Authors are currently using.

    Log in to your Zingtree Author account and navigate to My Trees. How does your current My Trees page look?

    Zingtree Classic

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    New User Experience

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