Tree Nodes: Automatic Return to Previous Tree

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  • When using a tree node to launch a subtree, you can configure Zingtree so that the subtree automatically returns to the original tree. Here's how to set it up:

    1. Create your starting tree, and the subtree that will be launched from the starting tree.
    2. In the starting tree, create a Tree Node. Specify the tree to launch, as well as a node in the starting tree that you want to return to when the subtree is finished (highlighted in red below). It looks like this when editing a tree node:


    3. In the subtree, create a new tree node, and specify it as “Return to previous tree”. Like this:


    4. When the "Return to previous tree" node is reached in the subtree, the return node from the starting tree will appear.


    Exception for Persistent Buttons

    When a tree node is launched from a persistent button, and then a return is encountered, the return will go to the node where the persistent button was launched from. 


    Gallery Examples

    The Zingtree Gallery has examples for both the starting tree and the subtree.


  • When using a tree node to launch a subtree, you can configure Zingtree so that the subtree automatically returns to the original tree. Here's how to set it up:

    1. Create your starting tree, and the subtree that will be launched from the starting tree.
    2. In the starting tree, create a Tree Node. Specify the node in the starting tree that you want to return to when the subtree is finished (highlighted in yellow below). It looks like this when editing a tree node:2022-04-26_14-00-13.png
    3. In the subtree, create a new tree node, and specify it as “Return to previous tree”. Like this:2022-04-26_14-01-34.png
    4. When the "Return to previous tree" node is reached in the subtree, the return node from the starting tree will appear.


    Exception for Persistent Buttons

    When a tree node is launched from a persistent button, and then a return is encountered, the return will go to the node where the persistent button was launched from. 


  • 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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