The {Split} annotation is used to divide a single VXML page into multiple pages in the user interface of VIVR VXML Connector. The annotation is added at the point at which you want to break the flow into two (or more) pages.
In the following example, a {Split} annotation is used to provide information, and then proceed to the next input. Before mapping, the Voice prompt is:

Account number found
Please enter your pin number

After mapping, the annotations are:

{Statement}Account number found.{Newline} Click Next to proceed.{Split} 
{Title}Please enter your pin number {NumberInput}

The figures below show how these annotations are displayed in a VIVR VXML Connector page:

In the next example, a {Split} annotation divides a credit card expiration date input into 2 separate inputs (month and year). In this case, the Voice IVR expects to receive only one value that includes both month and year. However, the Visual IVR allows you to split the input for the month and the year. The two different inputs received from the user are accumulated and sent to the IVR as one value.

For example, if the expiration date is November 2014, the Visual IVR will show one screen asking for the month (November), and then show a second screen asking for the year (2014). This process is more friendly and usable than requesting the user to put spaces between the month and the year when entering them in one input field on a single screen.

Before mapping, the Voice prompt is:

When does your credit card expire? Please enter 2 digits for the month and 2 digits for the year.

After mapping, the annotations are:

{Title}When does your credit card expire? Month: {Options}{Option}01=January
{Option}02=February{Option}03=March{Option}04=April{Option}05=May
{Option}06=June{Option}07=July{Option}08=August{Option}09=September
{Option}10=October{Option}11=November{Option}12=December{Split}
{Title}Year:{Options} {Option}10=2010{Option}11=2011{Option}12=2012
{Option}13=2013{Option}14=2014

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