Keep your audience notified about the important things with the Notice App. 

Our Notice App allows you to create engaging messages to share on your displays. You can customize your message with an image or gif, icons, and many text options. Here's how it's done:

Adding the Notice App

  • Log in to your TelemetryTV account and navigate to the "Apps" page.
  • Click the "Create" button to launch the application list.
  • Search for "Notice" in the bottom right of the application list, then select the Notice App.

Configuring your Notice App

Now, it's time to get creative. The "Notice Properties" section is where you customize your notice. Don't worry - this can all be edited once you create your app, so don't be afraid to play around with different settings. Let's go through the different options and look at some examples. 

  • First, give your app a name in the "Label" section.

The message section is where you enter the text you'd like displayed in your message. Here, you can customize with different text settings like italics, bullet points, and various heading sizes.

You can add multiple messages by clicking the "Add Message" button. When multiple messages are added, the option to add a Transition Interval will appear. The messages will loop.

Select how you'd like your text aligned within the screen.

Use White Text
The Notice App defaults to white text. Toggle this option off for black text.

Select a theme to choose a font style and background gradient. The background gradient will not show if you choose to display a background image.

Show Icon
This allows you to select an icon from our icon library and position it on your notice. 

Background Type

Click the "App Background" thumbnail to launch the background selection model. Choose from our preloaded library of images and videos, or upload your 

💡 Pro tip: Use a video as your notice background to create a dynamic and eye-catching announcement.

Once you're done, click "CREATE." Your notice is now ready to preview, and you can edit it from the details panel on the right side if needed.

Here's some examples of the Notice App in action:

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