Table of contents:
- Password protecting pages
- Popup message settings
- Enabling page searching
- Enabling page categories
Page settings overview
Each content page has their own collection of page settings. These can vary from page to page depending on what that page can support (page banners etc.). Page settings include the profile login required status, if the page is visible and clickable in the App, as well as page banner, password and popup message settings.
To configure page settings
- Navigate to Content from the Navigation Menu
- Select the page you wish to manage settings for
- Navigate to Page Settings in the right-hand options
- Click Edit
- Confirm settings below
Require profile login
Controls whether the page will require an attendee to be logged into their profile to access the content. If an attendee is not logged in, they will be prompted to do so.
Visible in App
Controls whether the page is visible in the App. This can be used to hide content that might not be ready yet.
Controls if a page can be clicked into, or will just appear in the app. This might be used in a schedule if a session has no copy, or speakers linked to it, the session can be made unclickable so attendees are not shown a blank page.
Controls the page banner for a specific page. If a global banner is set, this will change the page to be different from the global banner. Choose between having no banner, inheriting the banner of the previous page, or select from a list of other banners that may be created.
Allows individual pages to be password protected. This might be used if there was sensitive content only staff were able to see. It could also be used when having a public app and needed to hide content for privacy reasons.
Popup message settings
Allows a popup message to be assigned to a specific page. Popup messages can also be set to appear on the first view of a page, or every time the page is opened in-app.
Password protecting pages
Within the app pages can be locked down to require a custom password which when entered allows the user access to the page. Once the user has entered the password the page will remain unlocked.
Adding a password:
In the Core, select the Content section and navigate to the page which you want to add a password. Go to the Page Settings.
The password field is the code that will need to be entered to unlock the page and the message will be shown to the user when opening the page. The case sensitive option controls whether the password field is case sensitive.
Once all fields are filled out, simply click save to finish adding the password.
Popup message settings
Popup Messages allows you to add a message that will pop up on the app screen as soon as the user enters the session.
You must first create a Popup Message and then select which message you wish to have displayed.
You can also have the choice to show the message once or have to show up every time when someone enters the session.
Enabling page searching
Page searching allows app users to search through a page with a number of sub pages by keyword or category.
For example you can add a search filter bar to list page types - such as speakers, exhibitors or sponsors.
To add a page filter bar go to the details tab on the content page and select 'Search Only'. Select Both to allow to search by category and keyword. Or 'categories only' to allow searching by predefined categories.
Enabling page categories
Categories allow you to group multiple pages under one category to allow easy searching by your users.
There are three steps to enable category searching. First the categories need to be added, then a search filter bar needs to be enabled, and finally sub pages need to be added to the category
Create a category
Click the symbol to add a new category. Where there are existing categories, they will be listed. To delete a category just mouse over the name and click the Delete option that appears.
adding a category for speakers list
When adding a new category the following screen will display.
Type the name of the required category into the Name field and click Save. Your new category will then be added to the list of current Categories. You will then be able to allocate other pages to these categories where appropriate.
Add sub pages to category
To organise your sub pages into the newly created category, go to the sub page. On the right hand side of the page you will see the option to select the categories. Choose the category and save the page.