Learn how to build interactive decision trees using Overview or other Zingtree tools.
This page contains tutorials for creating a simple decision tree to troubleshoot problems turning on your TV. It will:
Here's a picture of the tree (from Zingtree Designer):
See how to create and modify the TV Troubleshooter example tree using various tools:
Here's the tree used in these tutorials. (It's really simple.) Try clicking the buttons to see how it works:
The Zingtree Wizard guides you through the process of building a tree. You provide the questions and answers that your users will see, and the Wizard goes through each scenario asking for more information. This is the same process professional knowledge engineers use, and it's the best way to get started.
Watch this video to see how to build the example TV Troubleshooter tree using the Wizard tool:
The Zingtree Visual Designer lets you draw your decision tree. You can drag new nodes into the drawing area, and connect them with labeled arrows. The nodes correspond to pages in your tree, and the arrows are the button choices from each node. Once you're done, you've created a working interactive decision tree!
Watch this video to see how to build the example TV Troubleshooter tree using Designer:
The Zingtree Overview tool is the best way to maintain and tweak your tree, in a forms-based manner. You can also create new trees from scratch.
Watch this video to see how to build the example TV Troubleshooter tree via the Overview tool:
See how to get handy reports and analytics from Zingtree.
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