Inserting a Google Chart using the Google Chart Widget

  1. Make sure you have your data ready in Google Sheets
  2. In your Google Sheet, click on the Share icon, then the Advanced tab, and then change the viewing access to Public
  3. Once it is set to Public, copy the [Link to share] to your clipboard
  4. Go to your Arreya Presentation
  5. While in your Presentation, click on the Widget dropdown and select [Google Chart]
  6. Paste in the Link to your Google Sheet and then click “Next”
  7. Once it recognizes your link, it will open in the editor
  8. Change your chart so it is displayed how you are wanting it to be shown and then click “OK” to insert it into your Presentation

Adding Videos to your Arreya Presentation

  1. Upload your Video file to the Media Library (see here)
  2. In your Presentation, click on 
  3. In your “Choose Media” screen, select the Video file you want to add
  4. Move the video to where you are wanting it to appear in your presentation
  5. Modify the picture however you are wanting using the controls on the bottom of the Editor

Adding Images to your Arreya Presentation

  1. Upload your Image file to the Media Library (see here)
  2. In your Presentation, click on 
  3. In your “Choose Media” screen, select the Image file you want to add
  4. Move the picture to where you are wanting it to appear in your presentation
  5. Modify the picture however you are wanting using the controls on the bottom of the Editor

Adding Audio to your Presentation

  1. Upload your Audio file to the Media Library (see here)
  2. In your Presentation, click on 
  3. In your “Choose Media” screen, select the Audio file you want to add
  4. Modify the options to the player looks how you want it to look on your page and move it to where you want.  (Tip: If you don’t want the player to be visible, change the Opacity to 0%, turn on Loop and Autoplay)
  5. Enjoy your song!

Inserting a block of HTML with the HTML widget

  1. From your Dashboard go to [Content] then [Presentations]
  2. Select the green Edit button the desired presentation
  3. Select [HTML] from the [Widgets] drop down menu
  4. Use the [HTML] field to insert a variety of HTML tags
  5. Click [Ok] to create the HTML widget
  6. Remember to save your changes by pushing the green [Push Live] button in the top right of the editor