Add a guided tour After you outline the guided tour, use the Guided Tour designer to enter the steps using callouts and triggers. Before you beginRole required: sn_tourbuilder.tour_admin or admin. If the user with embedded_help_admin is not an admin, the user needs the role that provides access to the page where the tour is being added or modified. About this task Guided tours require careful planning before entering the tour into the instance. You can create an outline and include any assumptions to guide you when you create the guided tour. List each step, callout, and trigger. Note: The Guided Tour Designer is only available in UI16. The designer is not compatible with UI15. For more information, see Activate UI16. Procedure Navigate to Embedded Help > Guided Tour Designer > Create Tour. Complete the form. Field Description Tour Name Enter a name for the tour that describes what the user accomplishes by completing it. Application Page Name Enter the application page the tour starts on. The application page is listed in the URL displayed in the address bar of the browser. The following image is an example of the Delegates list view page. Do not include the .do extension.You can begin typing the UI page name to display a list of matching pages, and then select it from the list. Roles this tour is for Select the roles who can access this guided tour and move them to the Selected Roles list. Click Create. The Guided Tour Designer opens in a new tab or window. Complete the following steps to add a tour step with a callout and trigger. Drag a callout shape from the upper right and drop it on top of the UI element. The element is highlighted when the callout is positioned correctly. In the callout that appears, enter the instructions and select the trigger. Only triggers that you can use for the selected element appear in the list. (Optional) To apply text formatting, such as bold or italic, add html tags around the text to format. For example, Click <b>New</b> to set up a delegate.... Click Save Continue adding steps until you have completed the tour. The tour is saved as you save each step. To test the steps, click Play below the steps at any time. The page opens in a new tab or window, and the first callout appears. When you are at the last callout, the Next button displays Done. A good practice is to have a closing statement in a callout to reinforce what the user accomplished, and to trigger it on the Next button. What to do nextAs you test the guided tour, note the steps that are not working properly or that need correction. Edit the tour or the steps as described in Edit a guided tour.