Common UI elements This page lists common UI elements for the standard user interface. Log in to an instanceEach ServiceNow instance has a unique, secure web address. The base URL for each instance has the default format: https://<instancename>.service-now.com.Application navigatorThe application navigator, or left navigation bar, provides access to all applications and the modules they contain, enabling users to quickly find information and services.The EdgeThe Edge is a toolbar on the left side of the screen which provides quick access to features such as bookmarks and flyout windows. FormsA form displays information from one record in a data table.ListsA list displays a set of records from a table.Tree pickerThe tree picker is a special reference lookup that you can add as an attribute to a form.Selecting fields on related tables using dot-walkingDot-walking provides access to fields on related tables from a form, list, or script.Configure items on forms or in lists using a slushbucketUse a slushbucket to add, remove, or move items in a form or list. Slushbuckets allow you to select multiple items from a list of available items and to remove items from a list of selected items. Some slushbuckets provide filter and search controls for available items, such as adding items to related lists. Activity streamsAn activity stream is a list of entries in records and conversations. Examples of activity streams include journal fields like comments and work notes that display in task records and Connect Chat conversations. Activity streams are available in UI15 and UI16.Create a condition statement using the condition builderA condition builder constructs a condition statement with a series of contextually generated fields. Condition builders are used in many operations, such as creating filters, administering surveys, and administering access control.TagsTags are text labels that you can associate with items like records and pages. Tags enable you to group and organize the items. Tags can be visible to any user (global), visible only to specific groups or users (shared), or visible to a single user (private). User presenceUser presence is a UI16 feature that lets you see who is online when you are working in an instance.