Get to Know the Playbook Interface
Learn about the interface components you use to create and edit playbooks.
On the playbook interface, you and edit playbooks.
This is a new playbook created using the phishing template. Let's explore this playbook:
1 Control how you view the interface. Zoom in, out, or reset the view to the default.
2 Save your playbook and return to the PLAYBOOKS page. You can save your playbook even if it's incomplete, but if it contains any errors, it will not run.
3 A playbook is made of nodes. You connect each node to one or more other nodes. Each node has two or more ports, inbound and outbound. To view a node's ports, hover over the node.
Every playbook has a start node and end node that defines its logical boundaries—where the playbook starts and ends. You cannot change these two nodes.The start node has one outbound port; the end node has one inbound port.
To build the logic of your playbook, , and configure
If a node is outlined in red, it needs your attention. When you create a playbook using a template, all the nodes are initially outlined in red. You must click on the node and change how it's configured, or the playbook will not run.