Almost every new LINQ user comes across times when LINQ won’t let you connect something to something else. LINQ helpers recognize those moments and explain why, and how you can use LINQ to get maximum results. Already an expert? Well that’s awesome! You can just click ‘Got It!’ on the helper and it will stop […]
The ‘Something Happens Here’ Action node (it looks like this: ‘?’) is a great way to mark the parts of the chain that you know must exist, but you don’t know enough about what happens in there. You can add the ‘Something Happens Here’ node to the canvas just like the other Action nodes.
Adding users to LINQ is much simpler now: add users to our template spreadsheet, and import them all at once. LINQ administrators, you can find this option under ‘User Management’.
Click on any connection on the canvas, and the navigator panel will show you what is at both ends. Excellent for finding your way around big sketches!