Smart layouts automatically sync up with your Map Manager. This means that any fairway you wish to play on a Smart Layout must first be mapped in your Map Manager. For more details on the benefits of Smart Layouts, check out this dedicated article.
Once your Map Manager is complete, you can set up your Smart Layouts. This can be done from the Layouts tab of your course tools. After clicking "New Smart Layout" you will start by filling out the layout Name, details, and general Notes such as OB rules for the layout. Here you can also indicate if the layout is temporary.
After filling out this information, scroll down and complete the layout by entering the hole information. You can use the box at the top to enter the tee and target information for all holes, and click "Apply to all holes." Or, you can enter the tee and target information for each individual hole.
If there are no available options here, it is likely your Map Manager setup is not yet complete. You can learn more about setting up your Map Manager here.
It is suggested to use the tee positions rather than the tee types here. For example, if each hole has 2 tee pads, but they are both the same "type", like concrete, choosing tee type here, won't allow the smart layout to differentiate between the tees. However, if those positions are "A" and "B," choosing "position" here will tell the smart layout which tee pad to use.
The exact opposite is true for targets. The suggested practice is to use target type rather than target position. This allows your smart layout to remain active and accurate, even when your baskets move. For example, if each hole has only 1 physical basket, but multiple basket positions, and you choose to use target "position", then anytime that target moves to a new position, your layout will become inaccurate and deactivate. However, if you choose your target based on "type", anytime that target moves positions, the smart layout will automatically update to the new position, and your layout will remain playable and active.
Learn more about tee and target types and positions in this dedicated article.