Getting Started

Step 3: Interactive Flow Creation - Set Up

Previously, Step 2 involved preparing the Digital Twin, but now we move on to Step 3: Interactive Flow Creation.

Interactive Flows have a wide range of uses, such as for training, assemblies, maintenance, troubleshooting, and more.

You can either create new content directly in the Interactive Flow, or convert existing content into

When preparing the Interactive Flow, there are several topics to consider:

  • Language - Content available in several languages

  • TTS (Text To Speech) active for Title and/or Description

    Language options in


  • Beginning and ending (completion) nodes

  • Regular nodes but require special attention in the title and description. In the first node, a detailed description can be added about the flow's welcome, objectives, and duration. The end node completes the activity in the flow and summarizes the feedback for the viewer.

Note: Nodes without an interaction require the viewer to click next in the flow.

  • Pop Up Node - color

    • includes confirmation action required by the viewer: yes/no

  • Warning node - color

  • Repeated steps - If certain steps are repeated among other Interactive Flows, it's best to separate the flows and use a "Go to Procedure" node to connect for example the safety steps.

    For example, Safety, is typically repeated among other Interactive Flows. This increases rollout time, and improves re-use.

  • Style (relevant for 2D procedures only)

    Each node can have its own styling. For 2D procedures, it's important to decide on the preferred position of the title and description fields in the Interactive Flow.

    Best practice: use one kind of styling for the Interactive Flow

  • Font and color

    • inherit the format of your copied text by pasting the text in the title/ description. Or write directly and style your text within the fields

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