Node Types

Learn how Zingtree uses Content Nodes, Tree Nodes, Logic Nodes and more.

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    Logic Node

    In order to make decision trees that can help solve real-world problems, sometimes you need the ability to do more than just choose a path based upon a finite set of choices. For these reasons, w...

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    Tree Nodes: Link Trees Together

    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'...

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    Document Generation with Document Nodes (PDF or HTML)

    Many Zingtree customers want to create a final, single-page document based upon answers to decision tree questions. Zingtree’s Document Nodes makes this powerful document generation capability a ...

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    Email Node: How to Automatically Send Email

    Zingtree makes it easy to automatically send email as a part of the flow of a session. Using Email Nodes, you can: Set up an email message, with placeholders for variables collected during the s...

  • Adding Nodes in Designer View

    Not available in this version. We've made adding nodes to your tree while in Designer view simple.  To add a new node, begin by moving your mouse over an existing node in your tree and click the ...

  • Tree Nodes: Automatic Return to Previous Tree

    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: Create your starting tree, and the...

  • Making a Master Tree

    Many of our customers with large decision tree systems in place ask for guidance on how to make a “master tree” that links to individual trees for troubleshooting or other processes. This is espe...

  • Document Nodes with Advanced Logic Expressions

    The default Document Node is designed to be easy-to-use and foolproof, but if you need more advanced operations you can take advantage of the Advanced option in the Document Node Editor. You can ...

  • Email Forms - Using Email Nodes

    Buttons can be used to open an Email Node, which can be a preconfigured email form. The email you receive will include the visitor's message, as well as a  log of your visitor's current session. ...

  • Link Nodes - Go to an External URL from a Button Click

    You can make buttons open any web page - not just nodes in your own tree. The trick is to have the button open a Link Node. Create a Link Node as follows: Click Tools, then Add Node. Select Link...