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Use our dayparting feature to display specific content only during certain times of the day. Perfect for creating dynamic digital menus. Read More »
Rotate between groups of ads within the same spot on the playlist with sequential campaigns. Read More »
Sync ads that compliment each other to play together.Useful for product promotions and advertisements. Read More »
UCView's content store features over 90 apps you can use in creating your signage layouts. From facebook and twitter feeds to scrolling stock tickers and Youtube channel feeds, you are sure to find something you are looking for. Best of all - most of the apps are FREE to use.
A layout helps you organize the content you want to display on the screen into specific sections, using zones and a custom background template.
A layout adds personality and style to your message making it stand out from the crowd.For example, you can include a logo and a company slogan in your layout and make your ads instantly recognizable.
You can choose from a variety of our pre-built layouts to customize or create an entirely new one using our intuitive tools.You can create a layout in less than 5 minutes. Follow the links below to read more about layout design or view our quick video tutorial.
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