How to Use the Knowledge Base? 

This article introduces you to how to use the knowledge base. 


About This User Guide


This knowledge base is the main source of documentation you will need to use the AB Tasty platform. 

It is meant for administrators, editors, users, and viewers of the platform, from beginners to advanced end-users, and helps them to set up the AB Tasty account, answer their precise questions about the way AB Tasty works and create and analyze campaigns using our UI. 


We also have the Developer Portal to help developers and technical people perform advanced settings and use specific options such as the public API. 

For further information about the Developer Portal, refer to the developer portal.

Each article is written to both understand the way a feature works and how to use it on the platform.

Please, read carefully this documentation, especially if you start with AB Tasty. It will be very helpful to you as you set up your account, launch campaigns, or read your report's data.   


If you have questions or feedback about the documentation, you can submit your needs by:


👉 Using our feedback deposit screen: while logged in to the AB Tasty platform, click Help/ Submit feedback and send your idea through our dedicated page. An AB Tasty member will answer you directly on the screen, and you will receive a notification email for each update.


👉 Sending an email to our Product team:




How to Navigate Through the Knowledge Base


From the knowledge base homepage, you can find these helpful links and sections: 

👉 Getting started: all the useful guides to start with AB Tasty

👉 AB Tasty user guides: redirects to the list of guides to creating a campaign (test or personalization) 

👉 Dev portal: redirects to the AB Tasty Developer Portal

👉 Release notes: redirects to the list of our latest Release Notes

👉 Recent activity: redirects to your last viewed articles





These are the other sections you can use to navigate:


Left Navigation Panel


You can use our lateral panel to navigate through the Knowledge Base.

This panel is retractable. When you click a level 1 or a level 2 section, you will have access to the child sections or articles.
The sections are organized to help you to discover the platform step by step.



The Breadcrumb


The breadcrumb is the exact path where you stand. You can directly click the parent section to discover the parent’s child sections list. 




The Table of Contents of the Current Article


The table of contents allows you to access wider content in the guide or the article without having to scroll.


The General Search


The general search allows you to access the list of articles directly when you have a specific need. The search crawls the titles of all articles in the Knowledge base.


Structure of Guides & Articles


Each article or guide is built the same way.

  • Heading 2 titles are directly accessible from the table of contents of the article, on the right;
  • Hyperlinks are written in bluish-green and will open a new article in the Knowledge base or an external link. External links are always opened in a new tab.
  • Bold character strings are important information to keep in mind;
  • 4 specific types of disclaimers can be added in some articles:
    • ⭐️ Tip(s): For extra tips and tricks 
    • Heads up ⚡: for text to Bring precious attention to
    • Caution or warning: to prevent some typical mistakes
    •  Good to know 💡: Useful additional information to know
    • Notes: Useful additional information, mainly to suggest other articles to read

  • Code snippets are directly accessible to enable you to copy-paste them if needed;
  • Images can be zoomed in by clicking them

FAQ (How to) and Troubleshooting Articles:


We have displayed two specific sections: FAQ (How-to articles) and Troubleshooting at the bottom of the left navigation panel.

Some of these articles are also displayed in their relative category content when needed (ex: FAQ about Components is also available in the section Content Management/ widgets/ components FAQ)



All our documentation is created and maintained in English only. 

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