This is a more technical tab, which contains some options to control the search for page elements when Journeys are playing. Ideally, these settings should be defined by your IT administrator, as technical knowledge is required.
Extend wait time for Steps attached on Complex Elements
Optionally specify how much extra time, in seconds, the system should have in order to find references to complex page elements of the given application or website. Enter an integer (no decimal numbers). Increasing this setting means increasing the waiting time before the Launcher opens.
Element search attempts count
Specifies how many attempts the system will make in order to find the page element associated with a given step at the Journey’s creation. Enter an integer (no decimal numbers). Minimum value: 1. The default value is 3.
Element search attempts interval
Specifies a time interval in milliseconds which the system will wait between the single attempts to find page elements.The default value is 500.
Continuous element search
When selected, the system ignores the setting in Interval between Element search attempts and executes the number of page element searches specified in Element search attempts count without pause.
Journey Step URL is based on current browser location
Step URL auto fill - All new Journey Steps will have the Step URL field automatically filled in, based on the current browser location. To disable it, scroll the button.
Rules for Excluding Element IDs
Here you can define whether Element IDs are to be trusted or not, or if they can be trusted with some exception. In order to define which elements should be the exception, you should ask a technical person (for example, your IT administrator), who has knowledge of the target application.
Rules for Excluding Classes
Here you can define whether Classes are to be trusted or not, or if they can be trusted with some exception. In order to define which elements should be the exception, you should ask a technical person (for example, your IT Administrator) who has knowledge of the base application.
Site Administrator’s email
You can optionally type in the Site administrator’s email address. This can be useful, for instance, when end users find issues with Journeys - for example, if they click on a Journey link which does not work. A dialog bubble containing this address, as shown below, will come up, and the end user can thus notify the administrator to fix the issue.
From the 20.0 version, you will be able to access this page also from the editor, as show in the screenshots below: