Local Web API

Local Web API is a simple way for integrating outside devices and trigger content in the player through a local network HTTP call. The Local Web API is supported by OnSign TV Android, Windows, Linux, Mac, and players Important – To use the Local Web API this option must be … Read more

Content Publishing Approval Flow

OnSign TV offers an extremely granular user permission system. This way, it is possible to allow only specific users to review and publish content to players. To better illustrate this example, let’s create three roles on the flow: 🧑‍🎨 Designer – Person in charge of creating layouts and uploading new … Read more

How to manage published content in player

You can manage content previously published to player anytime, either on a specific device page or on group of players. On your OnSign TV platform, select the device or group of devices you want to overview. You can select them by clicking on “Players” or “Group of Players” on left … Read more

How to trigger campaigns with QR Code

Combine two different OnSign TV tools – QR code App and On-Demand Campaign – to let viewers interact with your products and content! How does it work? You can present content on your screen or in a region of a campaign layout and add a QR code in case the … Read more

How to pause on-demand campaign

In this tutorial, you will find more details about two methods which you can use for pausing on demand campaigns. This is especially useful when triggering unending playback, in which the campaign repeats in an infinite loop. Note: For this tutorial, we consider you have already triggered the on-demand campaign … Read more

How to trigger a Campaign by GeoRegion

If your screens are on the move and the location around your content matters for the context, trigger your Campaigns to be published when entering or exiting a certain location. Campaign triggering by GeoRegion is the tool you are looking for. We have shown you how to set up GeoRegions … Read more

How to pause Campaign playback on specific devices

Interrupt Campaign playback without complete unpublishing. Follow these tutorial steps for momentarily interrupting Campaign exhibition on a specific device or group of Players. Alternatively, you can also pause a Campaign on the entire network – check this tutorial. Pause a Campaign on a Player In your OnSign TV account, click … Read more

Trigger On Demand Campaign by HTTP Request

When you publish an On Demand Campaign to Android and Windows Players, it is possible to trigger it by clicking the “Play” icon on the Player in your OnSign TV account, or through an HTTP request. Don’t you know what is an On Demand Campaign? Check out the tutorial How … Read more

Publish Campaign to tagged Players

If you keep the (good habit) of tagging Players, you can benefit from it during Campaign publishing. You can prevent Campaigns from being played on tagged players, or only publish to them. For instance, let’s say you are a digital signage provider and distribute advertisements within your network, which include … Read more

Publish tag filtered Campaigns

New Player and nothing to play on yet? Make Campaign publishing faster and more efficient. As your digital signage operation evolves, you might find yourself looking for a specific Campaign among hundreds, or scrolling down endlessly, looking for Campaigns to fill your newly set up player. Make this procedure quicker … Read more

Fallback Campaigns

Set standard Campaigns to play during out of work hours or maintenance with Fallback Campaigns. This publishing filter sets Campaigns to play only when other Campaigns are not scheduled to play. Tip: Use this filter for Campaigns that are not directed at a specific public and don’t depend on time … Read more

Setting GeoRegions

OnSign TV offers features to play Campaigns within GeoRegions. You can also set Campaigns to be triggered when crossing a geographic limit. For this purpose, you need to define the areas beforehand. In your OnSign TV account, click on your username at the bottom-left. Then, hit “Settings”. Select “Geographic Regions” … Read more