Connect Social media to digital displays and showcase your company Twitter posts to engage your employees and visitors.
Twitter App main features:
✔ Follow an account or a particular hashtag (#)
Please contact email@example.com to activate App following a hashtag (#).
✔ Text, images, and videos with auto-play are supported!
✔ Select how many of the latest tweets to show
✔ Three (3) different layouts to choose from:
Activating Twitter app
Easiest way for activating a content App is from Valotalive Dashboard. Just click the icon of the content you wish to activate and proceed. More detailed info of the first steps can be found here:
Settings on the Apps' Configuration tab
Add the Twitter account name and Search.
Press OK if shown account is correct or choose from the drop-down the correct account.
Note! Do not add the @ symbol
The basic Twitter app specific settings:
Time to show one tweet
How many seconds an individual tweet will be visible on the screen.
The number of the latest Tweets to show
How many of the latest tweets will be on the show cycle. This needs to be defined by the accounts tweet cycle in order to prevent too old tweets showing up on the screens.
Animated text on screens (On/Off)
With animation on text will appear as a running typewriter. Best practice is to use some animation in order to catch by-passers' eye.
How many tweets will be shown before some other content has its turn on the screen.
The Twitter Grid app specific settings
How many rows will be on the grid.
How many columns will be on the grid.
How many seconds a single tweet will be visible on the screen
With Twitter Grid the number of latest tweets to show is preset to 16. meaning that max 16 of the latest tweets will be shown on the displays.
The Twitter Global Pulse app specific settings:
Number of latest tweets displayed
The number of most recent tweets that should be displayed by the app. Value between 1 - 1000, default setting 100.
How many rotations per hour should the globe do, default setting 10
Color for the high volume places
Choose a color from your company's brandbook to highlight places where your company has been mentioned. Color coding in RGB, HEX and HSL.
Color for the low volume places
Choose a color from your company's brand book to highlight places where your company has been mentioned. Color coding in RGB, HEX and HSL.
Complete the work by adding the app to a flow or directly to a display.
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