What is Audio Ducking and how to use it for audio content

* Audio loop requires player version 10 or above. This tutorial shows discusses the lowering of volume when a new, more important audio is temporarily introduced while another is playing. To learn how to set up the audio feature, please visit the audio feature tutorial. Audio Ducking is a well-known … Read more


How to use the Audio Announcement App

* Audio loop requires player version 10 or above. Whether you are shy to speak up or haven’t mastered a particular accent just yet, but you need to communicate verbally with your audience, the audio announcement app got you covered. This TextToSpeech app allows you to write text content which … Read more


How to use the Audio Feature

*Requires player version 10 or above. A brand new content feature is Audio Loop. This feature allows you to play audio files (mp3). The audio content plays on a separate audio loop which is independent from the main visual loop and solely dedicated to audio content. Both loops play simultaneously, … Read more


How to use the Menu Board – Casual App

The Menu Board – Casual App is part of the Menu Boards & Tables app category. This app presents a comprehensive menu in table form. Besides the dish name, a subtext for mouth-watering explanations, and the price, icons for highlights or ingredients such as most popular, spicy, vegetarian, or warning … Read more


How to use the Cafeteria App

The Cafeteria App is part of the Menu Boards & Tables app category. As the name suggests it is useful for daily changing cafeteria menus. This is just one possible application. Use this app every time you want to list something which changes by the day and time of day. … Read more


Google Sheets as Data Feed external source

Sourcing data from Google Sheets works in the same way as every other external data source before. No data feed is created for its own sake. They should do something. First look at the App you want to source with the Data Feed. What type of input does it require? … Read more


How to display instagram pictures

Presenting Instagram’s pictures is one way of showing photos without the need to uploading them to white_label server. You also won’t spend storage space. On your white_label account, click on “App” tab on the top of the page. Click on “Add App” on the upper-right corner. On the pop-up window, … Read more


Data Feed Introduction

Dynamic content is perhaps one of the most important aspects for signage screens. While OnSign TV for sure can handle RSS, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram among other feeds, what if:   You want to have an approval flow and moderate the content coming from a feed? Or you want to create … Read more


Creating a New Data Feed

To start a new Data Feed from scratch: Go to content Click on the New Button Select “Data Feed” As this is a new Data Feed, the first step is to configure each column of the feed. Name: Every Data Feed Column must have a name. This is how you … Read more


Creating a Data Feed from an External Source

A Data Feed can be created by importing and keeping data in sync to external data sources. For now, the Data Feed can connect to external RSS feeds, but soon we will add support to: Facebook Twitter Instagram Google Sheets And more!   To create a Data Feed from an … Read more


Data Feed Settings and Filters

In many cases, the idea is not to show the whole content, but only a segment matching specific criteria.   To address this use the Settings row available at the bottom of the Data Feed App selection screen. Settings – Will define the sorting order and the range of the … Read more


Data Feed Content Moderation

The Data Feed provides a powerful content moderation tool, so only designated users can review and approve content changes.   Data Feed Owners and Admins will have full access for moderating the content as follows:   The Data Feed can be shared with “Restricted users”. New Data entered by Restricted … Read more