Displaying ScreenSteps content within a Salesforce tab
This tutorial will show you how to add a tab to SalesForce that displays content from ScreenSteps. It is quite easy to do and makes integrating customized help files into your SalesForce account a cinch.
1. Click on Setup
To begin adding a new tab click on Setup.
2. Click on App Setup > Create > Tabs
On the Setup screen expand the App Setup > Create menu item. Click on Tabs.
3. Click New
You want to create a new Web Tab in order to display ScreenSteps Live content. Click on the New button next to Web Tabs.
4. Select Tab Layout
Select a tab layout and click Next.
5. Enter Display Properties
Enter the name for the tab and other tab properties and click Next.
Example text: ScreenSteps Live documentation showing how our company uses Salesforce.com.
6. Enter ScreenSteps Live URL
Enter the URL to your ScreenSteps content.
IMPORTANT: Make sure you use
https:// as the protocol. If you use
http:// (notice the s is missing) then the iframe may not display in certain browsers.
If you are not using single sign-on with Salesforce
If your ScreenSteps content is protected and you don't have single sign-on enabled then you may want to embed the login credentials in the URL so users don't have to log in each time to view the content. We have an article on embedding login credentials in a URL.
If you are using single sign-on then you don't need to worry about this.
7. Add to Profiles
Set which profiles the tab should appear on.
8. Specify Which Apps The Tab Appears In
The last thing to do is tell SalesForce which apps to display the tab in. If your help files apply to all apps then just leave every box checked.
9. The Result
After saving the tab you will see your tab in the list of Web Tabs (1). If you are currently in an app that the tab is displayed in then you will see the tab appear as well (2).
Clicking on the tab displays the ScreenSteps content.