Use embedded help qualifiers The embedded help administrator can use qualifiers to customize content for a common page in the instance. An example of a common page is home.do. Before you beginRole required: embedded_help_admin About this taskThe home.do page is opened for every Homepage module and for many Dashboard modules. The specified query parameters in the URL define which homepage to open.Imagine that your organization wants to provide specific instructions for the SLA homepage. You can write custom embedded help content and use a qualifier to accomplish that goal. Create the qualifier, and then associate it with custom embedded help content that you write. Procedure To get the information for the qualifier, open the module in a new browser window and record the query parameter. You can also select the query parameter from the module link type by opening the module record. To open the module record, click the pencil icon beside the module. Navigate to Embedded Help > Help Qualifiers, and then click New. Complete the form. Table 1. Embedded help qualifier form Field Description Path Enter the page to display the embedded help content. Do not include .do. For example, for the SLA homepage, enter home. Query params Enter the query parameters or the link argument. Fragment Enter the #<string> at the end of the URL.This is rarely found in the URL of a page in the instance. If you want custom help for a page that ends with #<string>, place it into this field.Note: The proven practice is to include at least a query parameter. If you do not, the custom help appears for every home.do page. You can use either the query parameter, the fragment, or both. Qualifier Enter the qualifier to use, for example sla-homepage. Record the qualifier to use in the embedded help content record. Click Submit. Follow the steps in Add custom embedded help content to create the content, and include the following information. Name and Page: The page you created the qualifier for, for example, home. Qualifier: The qualifier you entered, for example sla-homepage. Note: You can also copy an existing embedded help topic and enter the qualifier in the copied record. Test the qualifier by opening the page you added the content for, and then opening the help panel. Note: If you added a role to the embedded help content, ensure that you are logged in as a user with the role, or impersonate a user with that role.