In this article we'll cover all the available widget types, so you can see what they look like and how to interact with them.
Keep in mind that all the widgets can be adjusted to your branding. You can edit the size, colors, fonts, and even custom CSS.
Types of widgets
Simple tag with small tooltip
The 'Simple tag with small tooltip' is as simple as it is described. It's a small tag (either the default style, a pulsating one, or your own icon) and a small tooltip with an image and a few text lines.
Advanced tag with a card style tooltip
The 'Advanced tag with a card style tooltip' is much like the 'Simple tag with small tooltip', only the tooltip is much more prominent.
The 'Expanding card' widget is not location bound and will always be in the top left/right corner. It exists as an always visible image, and when hovered a text and CTA button will appear.
Closet with a popup dialog
The 'Closet with popup dialog' widget is - like the 'Expanding card' - not bound to any location. It adds a collapsible sidebar to your media where needed.
All assets tag
When clicked on the 'All assets tag', it will display a list of all the products in that media. You can fully customize the look & feel of both the clickable element and the overlay.
This is a simple tag that displays a plain image. No tooltip is shown here.
The 'Text tag', also known as the button tag can display a bit of text on your media. No tooltip is available here.
Simple tag with an audio player in the tooltip
The 'Simple tag with an audio player in the tooltip' is a special widget, as it is made for playing sound only. This is not possible on other widgets.
When hovered, the tooltip will show an audio waveform.
Wired tag with a label
As described, the 'Wired tag with a label' shows a marker and a text connected by a thin line.
Google Display Network tag
The 'Google Display Network tag' is the only tag that is allowed for Google display ads. This is because it has specific requirements and limitations.
Because Google Ads requires a special format, we provided an example GIF of the interactive version.
Simple asset view tag
This widget is much like a card tag, but you can position it anywhere on your media. There are different formats for this widget, here we'll show some examples.
The 'iframe tag' widget is a simple implementation with many possibilities. You can embed a webpage that will load when loading your media.
In the examples below, on the right we used it to embed a Facebook 'like' button of our Facebook Spott page. Due to the limitations of Facebook, you will only be able to see this if you are logged into Facebook. Notice: when clicking the button, you will actually like our Facebook page, straight from the media.
This widget is known as the 'add to basket' widget. The shopping cart exists of a basket (or a custom icon) and a counter that keeps track of the products currently in the user's basket. When clicked upon, it will redirect the user to the webpage, with the products in their basket!
Note: currently we only support Shopify templates, other solutions might be added in the future.
QR Code tag
This tag will simply generate a QR code for your user to scan. This can be useful for having users switch from desktop to their mobile device. You can fully customise the location of the QR code and the URL it will redirect to.