The UF Actions Bank is an action or advice co-creation tool that helps to explore ways in which critical issues could be managed at strategic, tactical and operational levels, and developing roadmaps for prioritised actions. The Actions Bank promotes a more systematic and multi-level advice management for sustainable innovation initiatives. The management of advice is structured around three most common management levels of advice, namely: strategic (top-level management); tactical (mid-level management) and operational (front-line management). In addition, actions are targeted at the following four actors representing the quadruple helix of sustainable innovation (1) government; (2) business; (3) civil society; and (4) research and education. The mapping of these actions can be conducted individually by the foresight practitioners, a trained mapper (UF team member or country correspondent) or collectively by a group of experts or UF community members invited to contribute to a given initiative. While most actions in the Actions Bank are automatically extracted from FUTUREPEDIA mapping results, users can also access a separate input form and add actions by clicking on the ‘add action’ button without mapping a case.