Create a new playbook in using the classic playbook editor
Perform the following tasks to open the classic playbook editor and create a new playbook in :
- From the Home menu, select Playbooks.
- Expand the + Playbook button and click + Classic Playbook. The classic playbook editor opens in a new tab in your browser. The Start and End blocks are populated on the editor. All playbooks must start with the Start block and end with the End block.
- Specify a name for the playbook.
Playbooks in the same folder cannot have the same name. Playbooks in different folders can have the same name. Click the plus and minus icons to zoom in or zoom out.
Go to Add a new block to your playbook using the classic playbook editor to learn how to add a new block and begin building your playbook.
Organize your playbook library in
Organizing your playbooks can help you quickly assess the purpose of each playbook. The following is a list of recommendations on how to name and organize your playbooks.
- Create concise names for your playbooks. In certain views, there is a limited width for displaying the playbook execution history.
- Use the category field in the playbook to specify the most important attribute of the playbook for organizational purposes. For example, the team that owns the playbook, the environment the playbook runs in, or the use case of the playbook. Using this field helps you quickly assess the purpose of each playbook.
- Use the name of the playbook as a high-level description of what the playbook does. You can use the description field of the playbook to add more detailed information.
- Use tags to track other attributes of the playbook such as the team member who is responsible for it, the stability level, or the priority.
The playbook listing page provides information on the apps, actions, assets, and playbooks used, so there is no need to include this type of information in your playbook name. Attempting to include this information in the playbook name can cause issues as the metadata will change over time and you will have to update your playbook names and calls to sub playbooks.
Find existing playbooks for your apps
Add a new block to your playbook using the classic playbook editor
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® SOAR (Cloud): current
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