The Widget Container is different from the other containers, as it features
several out-of-the-box interactive widgets that you can display on your cast.
There are a variety of helpful widgets that can be used if you require certain
interactive features. Additionally, it has the ability to display websites of your
The alert widget is an interactive widget that notifies the appropriate personnel
when assistance or action is needed.
Example: A button labeled “Projector Down” that you press to notify the IT
department that a projector is not working and needs repairs.
When adding a new Alert Widget, you will need to provide contact details. This
will be where the alerts are sent to.
After creating the widget, selecting ‘Add alert tiles’ on the new widget will allow
you to define the different alerts that a visitor can pick from.
Happy Face Widget
The Happy Face Widget is used to gather visitor feedback on your faculty. A
visitor can select a rating to give to your faculty, and one or more reasons why
they chose that rating.
Example: The ‘Awesome’ button expands to show a list of reasons why
the faculty is awesome, and the user can tick one or more reasons to send
as feedback. This example will look like this:
When you add a Happy Face Widget, the location you provide is used to identify
what area the feedback is meant for.
After creation, editing the specific ‘Face’ will let you add reasons that a visitor
can pick from.
You can view gathered data at the “Happy Face Collections” page, accessible
from the container page. The widget records each location’s selected faces,
reasons, and timestamp.
The data can be exported as a CSV, Excel or PDF. Copy and print functions are
The Sign-In widget is used to keep track of visitors to your faculty. It provides
check-in and check-out functionality, making it ideal as a supporting device for
an area that receives many visitors. Visitor logs are recorded for future
Example: A Sign-In device mounted outside an office that checks-in
visitors, as well as their organization. Visitors check-out when they leave.
When adding a Sign-In location, there are several options to choose from. The
Visitor Name option is always selected by default. The other options are
additional fields that the visitor will have to fill in when they check-in.
After creation, you can view the chosen options and edit them. You are also
given the option to reset the sign-in cache, which removes out-of-date sign-ins
that should not be there.
Clicking the ‘Visitor Sign-In Logs’ button on the Sign-In Widget page will provide
a log of sign-in information for each visitor that has checked-in.
The Website Widget allows you to display any website as a cast. Functionality is
similar to other file containers, and it can be shared like other containers
Casted Screen Details - provides a preview of the website as a cast
Preview Website - provides a preview of the website
Edit Website - change the website display interval
Delete Website - removes the website from your container