The Marketing app is designed to share content and retain users with a number of interactive features. Ultimately encouraging enquiries 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. 

Available features include:

  1. Onboarding
    1. Onboarding 
    2. Terms
    3. Registration
    4. Login
  2. Home screen
  3. Educate
    1. Browse Content
    2. Analyze content
    3. News
    4. Events 
    5. Document library
  4. Engage
    1. Assessment
    2. Benchmark
    3. Poll
    4. Survey
    5. Checklist
    6. Quiz
    7. Decision tree
  5. Communicate
    1. Discussion
    2. Ask questions
    3. Chat
    4. Chatbot
    5. Expert directory
    6. Saved results
  6. Other Features
    1. Glossary
    2. Calculator
    3. Office locations
    4. Admin options
    5. About us
    6. Notification inbox
    7. Import RSS content

Onboarding 

Scroll through the tutorial slides to learn more about the app. A tutorial is recommended in all apps since it’s the best means to educate users on the app functionality. 

This is using the onboarding component. See more information here. 

Registration

Allow users to register themselves for the app. Once a user is registered, they can log in to the app straight away and start using it. 

The registration screen also allows the user to select their notification preferences, which includes push notifications, sms and email. 

Learn more about setting up the registration screen here

Login 

The app requires the user to log in due to:

  1. Security – only allowed users can access the app
  2. Personalization – the app will be saving information for the logged in user

Use either the Fliplet security components or configure SAML2 to use your organization’s login. 

Learn more about: 

  • The login component here.
  • The SAML2 component here.

Home screen 

Users will see a list of all the key features once they are logged into the app. There are two different views of the Home screen to support: 

  1. Standard users
  2. Admins

The user types and capabilities will be explained throughout the article. 

Browse content

This feature is an example of how you can display a large set of information to your users. Browse the list of countries or use the map to explore in a more visual way.

The data is a sample and you can replace it with any relevant data for your marketing campaign. 

Analyze Content

This feature allows the user to select countries and topics to make a side by side comparison. This feature works together with the “Browse content” section and the two features are using the same data but allowing the user to select their countries and topics of interest. 

News

The feed comes with 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. Read more about the List from data source component here.

Events

A list of upcoming events. Users can browse events or use the search and filter options to find the events that they want. 

Options include: 

  • Search and filter
  • Event title and description 
  • Shortcut buttons to email or call event organizers
  • Shortcut button to open map to location
  • Ability to add and edit events from within the app 

The events feature requires two screens that are connected: 

  • List from data source to list all the events. Read more about List from data sources here.
  • [Access to admin users only] Form for submitting or editing event listings. Read more about forms here.

Document library

Once place for all your documents and playbooks. Available anytime to share through email.

This is using the List from data source component. Read more about the List from data source component here.

Assessment (low code) 

This screen can collect information from the app users to help the user assess the best course of action.

The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved (low code) screen.

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

Benchmark (low code) 

This screen can evaluate any topics by comparison with a standard or with users.  

The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved (low code) screen.

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

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.

Click on the form component to edit the form content.

The poll feature uses two components: 

  • Form component to capture the user’s answer. Read more about forms here.
  • Chart component to display results. Read more about charts here.

Survey

This screen allows users to share data via a form with the admin users, such as capturing the user’s opinion on the app. 

This is using the Form component. Read more information about it here.

Checklist

This screen allows users to complete a checklist and email themselves a copy. Their results are automatically saved into the Settings – Saved screen.

This screen is accessible to both admin and regular users.

This is using the Form component. Read more information about it here.

Quiz

This screen will test the user’s knowledge of a specific topic.

The user’s results will be saved in the Settings – Saved (low code) screen.

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

Decision Tree

This screen will help the app users to make decisions by guiding them through a series of intelligent questions.

The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved (low code) screen.

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

Discussion & Manage Discussion

Discussion forum will allow users to ask questions and search to find previous answers.

Other features:

  • Commenting to allow discussions on questions 
  • Bookmark
  • Filter

Discussion feature requires 2 screens (Discussion and Manage discussion) that are connected with a List from data source to list all the questions and a screen with a form to create the question.  

Read more about: 

  • The List from data source component here.
  • The form component here.

Ask questions 

Allow your users to submit feedback or questions directly from the app. Set this up so you get an email whenever new feedback is submitted.

This is using the Form component. Read more about the form component here

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. Read more about the chat component here

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.

Expert directory 

Users can bookmark contacts they re-visit often, tap to email, and to call any experts. 

Features included: 

  • Search and filter
  • Contact buttons for email and phone 

This is using a list from data source component. Read more about the List from data source component here.

Saved results

 

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.

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

Glossary

This screen lists all terms added by admin users to make it easy for users to find what terms mean. 

Admin users can add terms via this screen.

This is using a list from data source component. Read more about the List from data source component here.

Calculator

This screen calculates your Total income tax due and Total capital gains tax due.

The results will be saved in the Settings – Saved (low code) screen.

Make sure to configure the ‘request assistance’ option with the relevant email address. 

This screen uses code. For more on our code features see here.

Office Locations 

This screen will contain 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 is using a list from data source component. Read more about the List from data source component here.

Admin options

The template offers various options for app admins to manage the content in the app on the go. This is what app admins can do directly from within the app: 

  • Create content 
  • Create documents
  • Create events
  • Create news
  • Create new glossary terms
  • Manage user directory 
  • Manage expert directory 
  • Manage offices locations 
  • Manage communication 

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 is using the two List components (small and large thumbnails). Read more about this component here.

Notification inbox

Send in-app notifications to users to let them know what is new in the app. A notification badge will be added to the hamburger menu drawing the user’s attention to the inbox screen. 

This is using the notification inbox component. Read more about the notifications component here.

Note: push notifications need to be set up separately. Read about setting up push for iOS here and for Android here.

Import RSS content 

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 the RSS component. Read more about the RSS component here.

Have any questions or need help to customize your template? Get in touch with us using the live chat from the Fliplet Studio or send us an email to support@fliplet.com.