How to use the Translate Widget

 

  1. From your Dashboard go to [Content] then [Presentations]
  2. Select the green [Edit] button on the desired presentation
  3. Select [Translate] from the [Widgets] drop down menu
  4. In the ‘Language’ drop down you can select the language you would like your signage translated to. In the ‘Text’ field you can edit the button text that will display on the touch point.
  5. Click [OK] once finished to insert the new Translate touch point.
  6. Remember: This only creates a touch point for that one language. You should include a button for English as well so that it can be returned to the original language if necessary.
  7. Remember to save your changes by pushing the green [Push Live] button in the top right of the editor

How to use the SMS Widget

 

The SMS widget requires user input. An on screen keyboard should be configured for the device if available.

  1. From your Dashboard go to [Content] then [Presentations]
  2. Select the green [Edit] button on the desired presentation
  3. Select [SMS] from the [Widgets] drop down menu
  4. In the ‘Message’ field you can enter the body of the text message that the user will receive. In the ‘Text’ field you can edit the button text that will display on the touch point.
  5. Click [OK] once finished to insert the new SMS touch point.
    1. It is important that you have an on screen keyboard configured on the device that is running the Arreya App. If this is not configured the user will have no way of entering their phone number.
  6. Remember to save your changes by pushing the green [Push Live] button in the top right of the editor

How to Embed a Livestream with the Streaming Widget

 

The streaming widget is primarily for direct HLS feeds from an encoder. Displaying a stream that is hosted on a website is best done by using the Website Widget. You can find details on how to accomplish this here: For security reasons the HLS URL generated by the encoder needs to be HTTPS with a valid security certificate. Many encoders do not support this. We recommend products from this page:

  1. From your Dashboard go to [Content] -> [Presentations]
  2. Click [Widgets] near the top left and click [Streaming] from the drop-down
  3. Paste the HLS URL into the “URL or Text” field
  4. Configure the settings below how you would like best
    1. Enabling Controls will allow a user to pause, adjust volume, or skip around in the video/livestream if available
    2. Autoplay will play the video automatically upon the slide becoming active
    3. Loop being enabled will loop the video/livestream if applicable
    4. Mute will prevent the video/livestream from having sound unless unmuted by a user
    5. The volume slider will set the default volume for the video/livestream
  5. Click [OK] and you should now have a video player that you can resize or adjust the style
Inserting a block of HTML with the HTML widget

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
Inserting a RSS feed with the RSS widget

Inserting a RSS feed with the RSS widget

  1. From your Dashboard go to [Content] then [Presentations]
  2. Select the green Edit button the desired presentation
  3. Select [RSS Feed] from the [Widgets] drop down menu
  4. Use the [Feed URL] field to choose the URL for your desired feed
  5. Use the [Widget Format]  drop down to choose how the feed is formatted
  6. Use the  [Item Animation] drop down to choose the transition style between RSS items
  7. Use the [Max Items] field to choose the maximum amount of feed items to be displayed
  8. Use the [Separator] field to select a separator for between feed items
  9. Use the [Title] switch to choose whether to display feed item titles
  10. Use the [Description] switch to choose whether to display feed item descriptions
  11. Click [Ok] to insert the RSS widget
  12. Remember to save your changes by pushing the green [Push Live] button in the top right of the editor