Also, this isn’t documented yet, but if you’re wondering, if a user has been explicitly invited to a topic that is stored in the wizard submissions under the key
redirect_to, and the redirect to the topic will automatically work if there are no other redirects in the wizard. There are a few other scenarios in which the user may encounter the wizard in the middle of a redirect to another specific place. The same applies to these.
if there are other redirects in the wizard, you can still let the topic redirect take precedence like we do in the welcome wizard, by explicitly checking for the presence of
redirect_to. This isn’t a wizard field per se (i.e. the user won’t see it in the wizard), but as the wizard field mapping process checks the submission data using the wizard field key in the wizard json, if you set the wizard field lookup as
redirect_to this will work.
You can do this now as I’ve also allowed for the creation of custom items in the wizard field dropdown.
This is a super power user move, so I’m going to make it a bit more user friendly in the future, but it is doable.