The calendar button offers to add events to the user’s calendar. See how to customize the event below.
- Click on the Calendar icon in content toolbar
- A thumbnail appears inside the scenario editor
- Click on the thumbnail inside the scenario editor to move/position the element via drag & drop and to access the HTML editor and settings
Name: Select a unique name for your event box element
Size: Set individual size of event box (by width and height, the aspect ratio is fixed)
Position: Set individual position of event box (by x and y)
Opacity: Set transparency level of event box (0 = fully transparent, 1= no transparency)
Rotation: Set rotation of event box (by °)
Arrange: Define hierarchy in between different content elements
Fix to Screen: Disconnects event box from trigger image and fixes it to screen so it will always be shown on the same position, no matter how to trigger image is moved
Hidden: Makes event box invisible at the start of AR experience (to e.g. let it appear by a Button interaction at a later time)
Unique ID: Internal ID of the content element, mostly used for referencing inside contact fragments
Event name: A unique name for your event
Description: Write a brief description of this event
Select Timezone: Select the anchor timezone
Start Date/Time: Select when you’d like to start your event
End Date/Time: Select when you’d like to end your event
Address: Write the venue’s detailed street address.
Url: Your business website, social media, or ticket registration
Appearance allows you to change the design of the pop-up that appears only inside the app and not visible in the studio.
Continue playing: The calendar box keeps playing also when image tracking is lost (trigger image is not visible in camera view anymore), the calendar box will be displayed centered to the screen
Background color: Select the main color of the event box
Font color: Select the color of the font.
Button color: Select the color of the button inside the event box on the lower-right corner.
Button text color: Select the color of the text inside the button of the calendar box.
Example how it looks: