The interactivity editor is where you can add interactive content.

To begin select Manage for your version followed by the Interactivity button.

Top tip!
The interactivity editor opens within the design of your version, enabling you to add interactivity to your version at the same time as the content. After selecting the Interactivity button, your version will open and a tab called Interactivity will be selected by default ready for you to add your interactive content.

1. Interactivity tab

When selected, you can add/edit/delete interactive content in your version.

2. Add Interactive Module palette
Select from a choice of interactive modules to add a new one to the version. The modules are split into categories.

3. Modify Module palette
Select from a number of options to modify a module.

4. Settings palette
Use this palette to edit module settings. This palette will be enabled if you have selected a module on the page.

5. Interactivity palette
Any interactive modules on the pages will be listed here. They are grouped into Left Page Modules and Right Page Modules.

6. Pages palette
Use this palette to add/remove pages and edit page properties, such as Page Title and SEO Optimisation. You can also reorder the pages in your version from here.

7. Off-page area
If you are adding an off-page module, it can be positioned to the left or right of a page. Please note: the module will open on the side of the page that it is positioned on.

8. Edit module content
Select a module on the page followed by this icon to edit the content.

9. Link module to panel
Select this icon to link a module to a panel. When the panel is moved or resized, the module will change with it.

10. Tooltips
When you hover over areas in the interactivity editor, a handy box containing hints and tips will display.

11. Help bar
View our online user guide or chat to us.

Top tip!
Find out more about the interactivity editor in TigerLabs.

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