Broadcast anything you want into your office, store, or school with Digital Signage. Manage slides, broadcasts and many players from a central place.
Sterc has decided to stop offering Premium Extras to focus on their core business, as of early August 2020. This means their extras are now free to use, and no longer include standard support. If you need help with an extra built by Sterc, you may request (paid) support from the Sterc Service team.
You may also post issues or request features on their respective GitHub repositories, however at the time of writing not all of Sterc's extras have public repositories yet.
This affects: Formalicious, Digital Signage, SEOSuite and VerifyLogin.
(Do you have a Premium MODX Support subscription? Then we'll gladly help you with Sterc's extras through our standard support channels, just like we do with any other third-party extra.)
Create your garden-variety slides with text and images. Showcase projects, pitch current sales, or share what happened at a recent event.
Integrate the 4-day weather forecast in your broadcasts with stunning visuals. Updates automatically, so you're always prepared. (Powered by Buienradar.nl)
Have a blog, or a news site you want to follow? Add the feed, and all the articles are automatically included in your broadcast.
By default, your broadcast will show the current date and time, doubling as a fancy wall clock!
Show videos within your slideshow to really capture attention.
Are the standard slide types not enough? You can build your own to integrate with APIs, enrich content, and more.
Automatically import your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds to show what's happening, using an official extension.
Communicate your sales and marketing efforts (and results!) to your team with custom integrations
Digital signage, sometimes called narrow casting, is when you use a monitor or TV screen to broadcast into a physical space. This can be anything: sales, call to actions, news, social media posts, and more.
With our MODX extra aptly called "Digital Signage" you can manage slideshows to broadcast to different players (screens) in your office, retail area, or school.
To use Digital Signage, you'll need a monitor and an internet-capable device with a browser. HDMI Sticks like the Asus Chromebit or Intel Compute Stick are perfect: plug them in, connect to the WiFi, and start broadcasting.
Digital Signage gives you a special URL for each monitor you want to use. Once connected, you can manage the broadcast and schedules from within MODX.
Use the built-in scheduling to put your signage on auto-pilot. Show different broadcasts per day, like a "fun activities this weekend" broadcast on Fridays. Hosting an event? Prepare a special broadcast to play the day of the event.
Once you've connected your screens with Digital Signage, you can view their status and change the broadcasts from your MODX installation. Remotely, no matter where the screens are physically located.
Connecting to your screens couldn't be simpler: point its browser to the special URL provided from the Digital Signage panel, and you're done. Digital Signage will automatically keep the screen up-to-date.
Digital Signage looks stunning out of the box, but you're in full control to change the templating to fit your branding perfectly.
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