The Marketing app is designed to share content and retain users with several interactive features. Ultimately encouraging inquiries for marketing and business development teams.

The template includes an extensive list of interactive features available for you to select the ones that are relevant for your app. 

Screens for all users

  1. Onboarding 
  2. Login and Login SSO
  3. Registration
  4. Menu
  5. Browse Content
  6. Analyze content
  7. Document library
  8. Events
  9. News
  10. Glossary
  11. Benchmark
  12. Quiz/Assessment
  13. Decision Tree
  14. Embed URL
  15. Checklist
  16. Poll
  17. Survey
  18. About us
  19. Expert directory
  20. Office locations
  21. Discussion, Manage discussion
  22. Ask a question
  23. Live chat
  24. Chatbot
  25. Settings – Profile
  26. Settings – Notification
  27. Settings – Saved
  28. Notifications

Screens for admins

  1. Admin – Manage Country reference content, Admin – Manage US reference content
  2. Admin – Manage document library
  3. Admin – Manage events
  4. Admin – Manage news
  5. Admin – Manage glossary
  6. Admin – Manage polls
  7. Admin – Manage users, Admin – Edit user
  8. Admin – Manage expert directory
  9. Admin – Manage office locations
  10. Admin – Manage communication
  11. Admin – Edit communication
  12. Admin – Import RSS
  13. Admin – Configure security
  14. Admin – Manage chat rooms
  15. Admin – CSV Download
  16. Admin – Bulk upload

Screens for all users

  1. Onboarding

    The onboarding screen introduces the user to the app and the various functions that it provides.
    This screen can be configured to display on the first use of the app only.
    You can configure the number of slides to display and the text and imagery can be changed to create your desired look.
    This screen uses the onboarding component, for more information see here.

  2. Login and Login SSO

    This screen can be used to provide security for the app allowing access only to registered users. 
    Logging in will also define the user role and ensure the correct permissions are shown per user.
    This screen can be configured to reflect your security preferences. Login can be via SSO, email and password, or email only.
    Click to learn more about the login and SSO components.

  3. Registration

    This screen provides the ability for users to register for access to the app.
    If you do not want to enable users to register this screen and the registration link on the login screen should be removed 
    This screen uses the form component, see more here.

  4. Menu

    Users will be directed to the menu screen once logged in. The menu provides links to the latest content as well as the app features.
    Depending on the user role the admin options will also be displayed. 
    This screen uses a combination of components including, accordions, menus, and the list from the data source. Click to learn more.

  5. Browse content

    The browse content screens are an example of how you can display a large set of information to your users., connecting an interactive map with a list from data source.
    Browse the list of countries or use the map to explore the options visually.
    The data is a sample and you can replace it with the relevant data for your app and use case.
    These screens use the list from data source component and the map geo chart helper. Click to learn more.

  6. Analyze content

    This screen enables the user to select a topic to make a side-by-side comparison.
    This feature works together with the “Browse content” screens and the two features can use the same data allowing the user to select their topics of interest to compare and analyze,
    This screen uses the analyze content component, learn more here.

  7. Document library
     
    This screen enables the user to access any supporting or required documents.
    Additional documents can be added by admin users from the admin menu.
    The list can be configured to display the required document detail, you can choose to click to open the document or open a summary screen that provides a link to the document.
    This screen uses the list from data source (LFD) component, learn more here.

  8. Events

    This screen lists any upcoming events. Clicking on an event will display the detail of the event.
    Users can search, filter, and bookmark events.
    This screen can be configured to display as much event detail as needed.
    This screen uses the list from data source component, learn more here

  9. News

    This screen will display news. Admins can use the plus button to add news related to any topics.
    If comments are enabled, users can @mention each other. If a user is mentioned they will be notified based on their notification user settings.
    The news screen includes the following options:
    Filter and search capabilities
    Bookmarking articles
    Liking articles
    Commenting on articles
    Sharing articles on social networks
    This is using a list from data source component. Learn more here.

  10. Glossary

    The glossary screen includes a list of any terms or information that needs further explanation.
    Admin users can add terms via this screen by selecting the plus button.
    The glossary uses the list from data source component. Learn more here.

  11. Benchmark 

    The benchmark screen can evaluate topics by comparison with a standard or with users. 
    The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved  screen.
    This screen uses the benchmark component, learn more here.

  12. Quiz/Assessment

    The quiz / assessment screen enables you to create a custom assessment and provide users with their results.
    The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved screen.
    This screen uses the assessment component, learn more here.

  13. Decision Tree

    The decision tree screen enables you to create a custom decision making assistant and help users make a decision about a particular topic.
    The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved screen.
    This screen uses the decision tree component, learn more here.

  14. Embed URL

    The embed URL screen enables you to add an iframe to your app without the use of HTML. 
    You can use this component to embed a variety of options such as a HTML page, a PDF page, a website, videos from Youtube or Vimeo, online forms etc to your app screen. 
    This screen uses the embed URL component,  learn more here.

  15. Checklist

    This screen enables users to complete a checklist and email themselves a copy.
    The results are automatically saved into the Settings – Saved screen.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  16. Poll

    This screen will capture the opinion of the app users on any question.
    Admin users can access the results and clear all responses via this screen.
    The poll feature uses two components: 
    Form component to capture the user’s answer. Learn more about forms here.
    Chart component to display results. Learn more about charts here.

  17. Survey

    This screen enables users to share data via a form with the admin users, such as capturing the user’s opinion on the app.
    This screen uses the form component. Learn more here.

  18. About us

    Add some high level facts about your company that staff can share with prospective or existing clients.
    What makes you stand out? Include links to social media for ease of sharing.
    This screen uses the two List components (small and large thumbnails). Learn more here.

  19. Expert directory

    The expert directory will display a list of contacts.
    Users can bookmark contacts they re-visit often, tap to email, and call any experts.
    Features included: 
    Search and filter
    Contact buttons for email and phone
    This screen uses the list from data source component. Learn more here.

  20. Office Locations

    This screen displays a list of offices with location, telephone, office managers, and key contact information.
    The screen offers:
    Search and filter the list
    Contact buttons for email, phone, and office map
    This screen uses the list data source component. Learn more here.

  21. Discussion & Manage Discussion

    The discussions screen enables users to share thoughts, engage in a discussion or simply like and encourage other posts.
    Any user can add a new thread, and other users can comment, like and bookmark them.
    To add a new discussion thread users can select the + option.
    This screen uses the list from data source component and is updated using a form, learn more here.

  22. Ask a question

    This screen enables users to submit feedback or questions directly from the app.
    The form can be configured to send an email whenever new feedback is submitted.
    This screen uses the form component. Learn more here.

  23. Live chat

    The chat component allows a user to browse a list of all the app users and message one-on-one or in group chats.
    This screen uses the chat component. Learn more here.

  24. Chatbot

    Chatbots and other 3rd party technologies can be embedded to provide additional functionality.
    This chatbot component isn’t part of Fliplet Studio. Get in touch with Landbot.io if you require any support.

  25. Settings – Profile

    The logged-in user can use this screen to edit and update their profile data.
    This screen displays a form that will be pre-filled with the existing profile data and it can be edited and saved here.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  26. Settings – Notification

    This screen enables the user to choose their notification settings and preferences.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  27. Settings – Saved

    Users can use this screen to access all of their saved results from the app’s features including:
    Decision tree
    Checklist
    Calculator
    Benchmark
    Assessment
    Analyze content results
    Quiz
    This is using a list from data source component. Read more about the List from data source component here.

  28. Notifications

    This screen provides app users with a notification inbox.
    Users will be able to receive notifications and messages alerting them to new features and updates.
    This screen uses the notifications component, learn more here.

Screens for Admins

  1. Admin – Manage Country reference content, Admin – Manage US reference content

    These screens can be used to manage the reference content for the Analyze content, Select content and Analyze content, and Select countries screens.
    These screens use the form component, learn more here.

  2. Admin – Manage document library

    This screen can be accessed via the document library screen. Click on an existing document to edit it or the plus button to add a new document.
    When editing an existing document the form will load all existing event information which can then be edited.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  3. Admin – Manage events

    This screen can be used to edit and manage events.
    You can amend or delete an existing entry, or create a new one.
    Press the plus button from the events screen, to add a new one, or select an existing entry to edit.
    When you select edit on the entry the form will be pre-filled with the existing data and it can be edited and saved here.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  4. Admin – Manage news

    This screen enables the admin user to add a new news item.
    When adding a news item, the app can:
    notify users via their preferred communication method set in the user settings (email, SMS or push)
    notify users only when it matches their selected office, state/region, and country in their user settings
    Optionally, social sharing can be enabled so users can easily promote a news item on social media.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  5. Admin – Manage glossary

    This screen will enable the admin user to edit the information for the glossary screen.
    Terms can be created and edited by viewing the glossary screen when logged in as an Admin.
    Select the + button to add a new term or select an existing term to edit the information.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  6. Admin – Manage polls

    This screen will enable the admin user to edit the information for the polls screen.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  7. Admin – Manage users, Admin – Edit user

    These screens enable the admin to add a new user, or delete and edit an existing user.
    To add a new user, select the manage user directory option from the admin menu.
    Selecting an existing user will open a new window where you will have the option to edit or delete.
    When you select edit on the user’s profile screen the form will be pre-filled with the existing profile data and it can be edited and saved here.
    These screens use the list from data source and the form components.

  8. Admin – Manage expert directory

    This screen will enable the admin user to edit the information for the ‘Expert directory” screen.
    Experts can be created and edited by viewing the expert directory screen when logged in as an Admin or choosing the manage expert directory option from the admin menu.
    Select the + button to add a new expert or select an existing expert to edit the information.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  9. Admin – Manage office locations

    This screen will enable the admin user to edit the information for the ‘Office locations’ screen.
    Offices can be created and edited by viewing the office screen when logged in as an Admin.
    Select the + button to add a new office or select an existing office to edit the information.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  10. Admin – Manage communication

    Admin users can use this screen to promote their app and new features to users by sending suitable email, push and SMS notifications.
    This form has the option to save, send a test or send to users. If you select to save this draft can be viewed and edited from the manage communication screen. If you select to send a test, this will be sent to you to view.
    This screen uses the form component, learn more here.

  11. Admin – Edit communications

    Admin users can use this screen to view previously sent communications or saved communications.
    Select the communication to view, and click duplicate to load the edit communication form with the communication detail prefilled.
    This screen uses the list from data source component, learn more here.

  12. Admin – Import RSS

    Admin users can use this screen to import RSS content into a data source and trigger notifications to their app users based on their user settings
    This screen uses custom code, for support on further configurations contact support@fliplet.com
  13. Admin – Configure security

    This screen can be used by admins to configure the app’s security rules. This screen must be accessed via Fliplet studio.
    You should only need to use this screen once as it will reset all the security rules within your app.
    The app will require an in-app update to be published before the new security rules are live.
    This screen uses the form component and amends your app’s security rules. Learn more about screen security here.

  14. Admin – Manage chat rooms

    Admin users can use this screen to manage the chat rooms in your app.

  15. Admin – CSV Download

    Admins can use this screen to export a data source in CSV format. 
    The drop-down list will include all data sources currently used by the app.
    This screen can be used on the web app only.
    This screen uses the form component, see more here.

  16. Admin – Bulk upload

    This screen will enable the admin to import multiple app users at once via a CSV spreadsheet file on a computer.
    Upload a CSV file and select the relevant user role that should be applied.