Campaigns are used to store and manage all of the content that you create and upload in Grabyo. Campaign creation is only available to admin users, who can create as many campaigns as needed.
Creating a campaign
- Navigate to the home page
- Select + in the bottom right hand corner of the page
- Add a CAMPAIGN NAME
- Upload a COVER IMAGE
- Enter your ASSOCIATED SOCIAL ACCOUNTS
- Select a GEO-TARGETING TYPE
- Enter your GEO-TARGETING COUNTRIES
- Select CREATE CAMPAIGN to save
Note: Please note that geo-restriction does not apply to any clips and live streams published to YouTube and Periscope. If you require geo-targeting for YouTube, please create Contend ID and check this article.
Tip: Organise your campaigns in whichever way you find easiest to manage. Create multiple campaigns for territories, events or even one campaign containing everything.
Associated Facebook page/Twitter account
The associated social accounts are not share destinations that your clips will be shared to. These social accounts are associated with the campaign you are creating.
Facebook: In some cases when a Grabyo video is re-shared onto Facebook, it will have a Facebook page associated with it. This means that the name of the associated page will appear as a link on the share post. If you don't enter this information, the name of your campaign will appear instead with no click-through link.
Twitter: When a video card is selected, the sharing account will appear along with a smaller logo of the associated account just above the video. This is also a clickable link that will take viewers back to the associated account. If this field is left blank it will default to the Grabyo logo.
User access settings
Once you have created a campaign you will be taken to manage the user access settings. This is where you can dictate which users have access to your campaign and its content.
- Select the USER ACCESS SETTINGS tab
- Select the user you want to edit
- Use the arrow keys to move a user between excluded and included
- Select SAVE SETTINGS to save
Customising your public gallery
Your gallery is an external webpage that houses your content which has been shared to your public gallery. Viewers will be directed to your public gallery via third-party applications such as TweetDeck.
- Use the toggle to enable your Gallery
- Enter a PUBLIC GALLERY NAME
- Enter a PUBLIC GALLERY URL
- Upload a BANNER LOGO
- Enter a BANNER LINK
- Select a GALLERY BACKGROUND COLOUR
- Enter a PASSWORD
- Add a GOOGLE ANALYTICS CODE
Public gallery name: This is the externally-facing name of your campaign. The gallery name will appear as the webpage title in your browser.
Gallery Enabled: Toggle to make your gallery unavailable to the public.
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. Please get in contact with email@example.com to enable a domain override.
Banner logo: Your gallery banner is a 100px tall banner (no fixed width) that appears at the top of your Gallery. You can add your logo to boost the brand recognition of your content.
Banner link: This is the click-through URL of your banner logo.
Gallery background colour: This is the background colour of your gallery.
Gallery header preview: You can use the gallery header preview to get a visualization of how your gallery will look.
Gallery password: Set a password that must be entered before someone can access your gallery.
Google analytics code: This allows you to track your gallery metrics through Google analytics.
Customising your video card
The public gallery video card is used to play your content in your gallery and whenever your content has been embedded.
- Upload a PROFILE IMAGE
- Enter a USERNAME
- Upload a PLAYER BRANDING IMAGE
- Enter a PLAYER BRANDING LINK
Username: The username is an externally-facing username that appears below your clips.
Profile image: The profile image is an externally-facing image that appears below your clips.
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 1024px in width and 96px in height.
Player branding link: This is a customizable click-through link for your player branding image.
Video card preview: You can use the video card preview to get a visualization of how your video card will look.