Social Media

General:

With adding Social Media augmentation you can easily direct the user to specific content or account. This helps increase the probability of connecting the viewer to your social media appearance. 

Twitter

To insert the Twitter button first you need to select what type of social content you want to use. 

Currently, there are two options: Embed Tweet / Embed Timeline

Below you will find a detailed overview of these two options. 

How to add a Tweet:
  • Copy the URL of the tweet
  • Click on the Social Media button
  • Select “Embed Tweet”
  • Paste the URL in Atributes sections on the right – where it says “Tweet URL”
  • Adjust the appearance and test with your phone

Settings for Tweet:

Name:  Select a unique name for your Tweet element

Tweet URL: URL of the copied from the Twitter

Tweet Title: desired tweet name

Size: Set individual size of tweet item (by width and height – the aspect ratio is fixed)

Position: Set individual position of tweet item (by x and y)

Rotation: Set rotation of tweet item (by °)

Arrange: Define hierarchy in between different content elements

Fix to Screen: Disconnects tweet item from trigger image and fixes it to screen so it will always stay at the same place, no matter how trigger image is moved

Hidden: Makes tweet 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 HTML fragments

 

Cards: Set the background color of the sound control item

Theme: Set the icon color of the tweet item

Link color: Set the link color of the tweet item. 

How to add Timeline:

This step is even easier than embedding a Tweet. Here you only need to insert the Twitter profile name in Attributes section into “Profile Name” field and click “Save” button.  

Settings for Timeline:

 

Name:  Select a unique name for your Tweet element

Tweet URL: URL of the copied from the Twitter 

Tweet Title: desired tweet name 

Size: Set individual size of tweet item (by width and height – the aspect ratio is fixed)

Position: Set individual position of tweet item (by x and y)

Rotation: Set rotation of tweet item (by °)

Arrange: Define hierarchy in between different content elements

Fix to Screen: Disconnects tweet item from trigger image and fixes it to screen so it will always stays at same place, no matter how trigger image is moved

Hidden: Makes tweet 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 HTML fragments

Tweet limit:  Determine the number limited of tweets which is visible by the user.

Theme: Select between Light and Dark colors 

Link color: select the color of the link inside the tweet 

Border color:  select the border color between tweets

Show replies: switch between On/Off  to make the replies be (in)visible to the user

Chrome – no header:

switch between On/Off  to make the timeline header be (in)visible to the user

Chrome – no footer: switch On/Off  to make the footer be (in)visible by the user

Chrome – no borders:  switch On/Off to make the border between tweets be (in)visible by the user. 

Chrome – transparent: On/Off transparency of the background.

Animations:

The explanation can be found here.

 

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