Digital signage is ideal for use in factories as you can keep staff that wouldn’t normally be using a PC informed of requirements or health and safety messages.
If you don’t have a lot of time to spend making display pages every time you want to put a message on a signage screen the system has a section where you can just enter some text and the system will automatically insert it into a template.
This is fast, probably one of the quickest ways to get messages onto a signage screen. If it’s quick to do, you’re more likely to use it.
You can update three different areas of a template such as header, footer and main area by adding placeholder text tags into it. All the individual messages will be displayed on a screen one after the other (or automatically distributed across a number of screen zones).
You can opt to show or hide individual messages along with editing and deleting them.
Display Data from a Spreadsheet
If you keep data in a spreadsheet and want to display some of it on a signage screen you can use the csv import feature. Export the spreadsheet as a csv file (all spreadsheets have this option) and then from the controller upload it to the system.
Data from individual cells in the sheet can then be automatically inserted into a signage slide with placeholder tags.
All you need to do is add text to the signage slide that has the words [cx,rx] in it. The c and r are the sheet column and row numbers of the data you want to display.
If you change the data in the sheet just upload it again with the same file name and the system will display the new data.
The info graphic shows a template slide with the special text placeholders, a spreadsheet and the resulting slide the system will display.
There is a training video for this and more information in the following link.