Through Grabyo you can create or customise campaigns to suit your preferences. To view a campaign's settings from the Studio homepage you can simply click the options button found next to your campaign and then select the 'settings' button.  Alternatively you can use the 'campaign settings' button located at the top of the page in your campaign library.


Campaign settings allow you to re-configure your basic campaign settings and customise your public gallery and gallery video card; we have worked to make everything very simple and straightforward but if you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in contact with our operations team at ops@grabyo.com


Customising your public gallery 

Your public gallery is an external webpage that houses clips which have been made public. Viewers can access your gallery if: 

  1. content has been shared socially via an image card, 
  2. content is embedded directly on a website, or 
  3. your content is viewed through a third-party application such as TweetDeck.


Your public gallery is an effective tool to ensure that your content always has brand association wherever it is viewed. 



Public gallery name - This is the externally-facing name of your campaign. The gallery name will appear as the webpage title in you browser and in all other instances where your campaign name is used.


Gallery Enabled - You can switch your gallery enabled to 'off' which will make your gallery unavailable to the public. When switched to 'on' the public will be able to view all of the clips that you share to your gallery. 


Public gallery URL - By default your public gallery URL will be a Grabyo domain followed by an assortment of characters, if you would like this to look more appealing you can add your own text. If you would like to mask the Grabyo domain in your URL please get in contact with our operations team and they can arrange a domain override for your gallery.


Banner logo - Your gallery banner is a 100px tall banner that appears at the top of your Gallery. You can add your logo to boost the brand recognition of your content. If you would like to use a custom Iframe for you Gallery banner please get in contact with the operations team.


Banner link - This is the click-through URL of your banner logo.


Gallery background colour - This is the background colour of your Gallery. You can use the colour eye-dropper tool to find any colour that you want.


Gallery header preview - You can use the gallery header preview to get a visualisation of how your gallery will look. This preview updates in real-time allowing you to continually customise your gallery banner, gallery name and URL until you are happy with how it looks.


Gallery gallery password - This is a password that must be entered before someone can access your gallery. It can be used when testing to prevent users from viewing test content.


Google analytics code - This is a Google analytics tracking that you can set for your campaign, please see here for more details.




Customising your video card  

Your public gallery video card is the video card which is used to play your Grabyo clips in your gallery and wherever your clip is embedded. Your gallery video card can be used to direct viewers to a destination in the same manner as a CTA does on social networks.



Username - The username is an externally-facing username that appears below your clips. This will override the username that is associated with the user who clipped the video.


Profile imageThe profile image is an externally facing image that appears below your clips. This will override the profile image is associated with the user who clipped the video.


Player branding image - The player branding image is a banner that appears underneath your clip in your gallery and wherever your clip is embedded. This image must be 96px in height and 1024px wide. If you would like your player branding to be a custom Iframe please contact our operations team.


Player branding link - This is the click-through link for your player branding image. This acts as a CTA which can be used to drive viewers to a destination.


Video card previewYou can use the video card preview to get a visualisation of how your video card will look. The preview updates in real-time allowing you to continually customise your profile image, username and player branding until you are happy with how it looks.