An ‘embed’ is a code snippet provided by another web property, like an app or a web site. You’ll also often hear them referred to as ‘embed codes’, ‘widgets’ or ‘html widgets’. The purpose of an embed is to display ‘external’ information on a separate web site.
The Embed App is an integration available in the ScreenScape Media editor. The app adds a single layer to a media item. The layer (technically an iframe) shows the results of an embed code that’s added to the app settings. Usually that layer contains a mix of content – text, images, maybe even video – embedded by a third party web property.
Our new Webpage app is an integration app that you can add to any media. It adds a dynamic layer to your media item, similar to how you’d add a clock, the date, or other apps.
Following our recent ‘customization’ trend, we’ve now added the ability to custom edit the backgrounds and colors to Playlist themes.
This feature request most often comes up where brand guidelines are in place. Default background images just don’t pass muster.
One of the things that our customers all have in common is that every one of them gets things done just a little bit differently.
Roles and responsibilities, task sharing, team structure, creatives, partners, providers, consultants, management approvals… From the smallest two person shop to large enterprises, every organization evolves to share the load in a way that’s unique.
So we designed our collaboration model to adapt. (more…)
ScreenScape has just been updated to now allow for custom RSS feeds.
A custom RSS feed allows you to broadcast updates through your displays as your feed updates. This is a great update for anyone using RSS feeds to regularly inform customers, clients, and employees of company news or if you have a particular feed whose content you see having value you can add that in too.