You must publish drafts for them to be available to your tenant.

Once available to your tenant, a tenant administrator can associate a manual to a lab. After a tenant administrator associates a manual to a lab, the system refers to the manual name (for example, First Manual). Then when an end user starts a lab, the console takes the language version of the manual as set in the user's profile setting.


  1. On the list of lab manual projects, click a lab manual project link to open its contents.
  2. Click the three-dot icon next to a draft to open a drop-down menu. Click Publish Draft. The Content Engine publishes the draft.
    Note: You must publish all the language versions of a manual to make them available to your tenant. For example, if you have English and German drafts, you must publish both.