How to change the Start or Root Node

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  • You can change the first node in your tree -  your root node - in two different ways:

    Method #1:  Edit the node you want to become the new root node, and click Make Start Node at the top right. (Only Content Nodes or Logic Nodes can become a starting node.)

     

    Method #2: Go to the Settings Tool for your tree, then click the Rendering tab. Select the new starting node from the drop-down menu of the Start Tree at this Node field:

     

    Please note: Changing your Start Node does NOT change the number of that node or any other node.


    Bonus Method: Add &start_node=99 to the URL that launches the tree to start at node #99. You can override the root node and start from any node this way.


  • You can change the first node in your tree -  your root node - in two different ways:

    Method #1:  On the page of the node you want to make the starting node, click the Actions dropdown and select the Make Start Node. (Only Content Nodes or Logic Nodes can become a starting node.)

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    Method #2: Go to the Settings Tool for your tree, then click the Rendering tab. Select the new starting node from the drop-down menu of the Start Tree at this Node field:

     

    Please note: Changing your Start Node does NOT change the number of that node or any other node.


    Bonus Method: Add &start_node=99 to the URL that launches the tree to start at node #99. You can override the root node and start from any node this way.


  • 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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