Embedded help roles Embedded help content can be targeted to users with a specified role who access the UI page. All roles that contain the role also see the content, unless another topic targeted to their role exists for the same page. For example, if you add embedded help content for the itil role that describes your business process for entering incidents, the itil_admin role also sees the content. If you write a different topic with the itil_admin role, the itil_admin sees that content instead of the itil content. Embedded help role priority The embedded help role priority is stored in the Embedded Help Role Priority [sys_embedded_help_role] table. Each role is assigned a default priority order number based on the role name in the Roles [sys_user_role] table. Table 1. Default embedded help priority order numbers Order number Role name 10 admin Examples: admin, chat_admin, pa_admin, survey_adminException: itil_admin 100 manager or itil_adminExamples: itil_admin, catalog_manager, content_manager, sla_manager 300 itil (only) 1000 All other roles or no role (ESS user)Examples: approver_user, financial_management_user, personalize_form, template_editor The priority executes from the lowest number to the highest, meaning that embedded help content with no role displays only if no other content is available for the UI page and the user's role. All base system content is targeted to a role unless the content is intended for all users, including ESS users. When you add a role, such as a role for a custom application, it is automatically added to the Embedded Help Role Priority [sys_embedded_help_role] table with the appropriate default order. You can modify the order of priority as needed. If a page requires different help content for different roles, separate topics must be added. For example, users with any role can access the incident.do page, and it opens with a view appropriate for their role. The following list describes how content for different roles can be targeted for the Incident form. Admin Provides information and links to help with configuring the Incident form. itil_admin Describes how to monitor the progress of the incident. itil Describes how to work on an incident. No role Explains what the user can review and modify in the Self-Service view of the Incident form.