Wizards Administrators can create wizards to provide a step-by-step sequence of dialog boxes that lead the user through a procedure. Administrators can create wizards to provide a step-by-step sequence of dialog boxes that lead the user through a procedure. For example, a wizard may lead users through reporting an incident (creating an incident record) without opening a list or form. Figure 1. Record generator wizard Create a basic wizardThis example creates a basic wizard that reports an incident.Define an example wizard variableDefine an example wizard variable.Create the first panelCreate the first panel of the example wizard.Create the second panel optionHow to create the second panel option.Test the wizardRun through several scenarios to test transition logic and record generation.Wizard transitionsTransitions define logic used to move between panels in wizards.Wizard variablesWizard variables are questions that collect and store user input. Define variables for a wizard and then add them to wizard panels.Publish the basic wizardCreate a wizard launcher to make the wizard available through the service catalog homepage.Survey wizardsThe Survey Wizard plugin creates surveys using wizards.Wizard panelsWizard panels are screens that appear in a defined order. Each step in a wizard is represented by a panel.Activate a system wizardThe System Wizards application is not active by default.Define a basic transitionHow to define a transition.Wizard conceptsParts of and concepts of a wizard.Advanced customizationAn advantage of wizards is the ability to implement advanced, custom functionality with a user-friendly interface.Create an advanced wizard (demo)This example creates a wizard that associates assets and details and then creates a contract with this information.