Create custom templates

 

This is a paying feature

 

In the studio you can find 25+ different interactive layers with default settings. You can customize the different templates to your brand and style and save them for later use. Once done, you can add these templates on other media and just change the content (if needed.)

 

There are 2 ways to create a custom templates

1. On the template page you can create a new template

2. In the studio you can save a customized layer as a template

 

 

1. Create custom template via template page       

  • Go to the template page

  • Press the 'New template button'
  • Select the type of interactive layer you want to customize

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  • Give your customized template a name

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  • Customize the layer to your brand and style

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  • Once you exit this template creator, the template will be added & saved automatically
  • In the studio, you can find your own templates in the "My template" section (under the Spott templates), or just search for the name. Drag it on the content that you want to make interactive.

 

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2. Save a customized layer as template 

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  • On the project page, start a new project or open an existing project
  • Add media that you want to make interactive and add an interactive Spott
  • Customize the elements to fit your brand and style
  • At the bottom of the left bar, next to the publish button, you find a save as template option. Press it to save the adapted layer to you templates
  • Give your customized template a name
  • In the studio, you can find your own templates in the "My template" section (under the Spott templates), or just search for the name. Drag it on the content that you want to make interactive
  • On the template page you can find the template and edit it again.
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