Vivonet Menuboards App

Installing the Vivonet Menuboards App

1. On your CommandCenterHD Dashboard click on the Apps section on your navigation bar.

2. You can search for or scroll through the Store to find the Vivonet Menuboards App, click on the App.

3. On the next page click on the Activate button.

  • Note: if you are not the Administrator for CommandCenterHD, you will see a “Request Install” which will be sent to your company’s Administrator for installation. Please contact your account manager if this App is not available to you.

4. Once the app is installed, it will display in the Apps section under My Apps in CommandCenterHD.

Adding a Menu Source

1. Open the Menus App.

2. Click on theicon in the top right of the screen.

Creating a Menu

1. Inside the Menus App, click on the Create New Menu button.

2. Select a template as a starting point for your Menu’s design:

3. You will be presented with the menu editor, you can begin in the Options section by selecting the source for the menu’s data by clicking on the
Select Source dropdown.
You can download our excel template file that can be used to fill in your menu information.

 

4. Give the menu a Menu Name that will be used to identify this menu in CommandCenterHD.

 

5. Under Theme Options you can choose the overall menu background by uploading a Background Image and/or selecting a Background Color. You can also select a Border Color as well.

6. Menu’s are created by editing each individual column.
Depending on which menu template you selected in step 2, the amount of editable menu columns will change.

7. Click on your first Column (Column 1 in this example) at the top of the menu editor.

8. Inside the column, you will see the amount of display area you have the ability to work with, displayed as a percentage (0% to 100%), click on the Add New Component button to add a menu component.

9. The next 5 sections will describe each of the available menu components (Image, Text, Vivonet, Vivonet Row, Menu Enhanced) that can be added to a column:

Image

1. Click on the Image option to add an image into your column.

  • Images Tab
    Click on the large + icon to select an image from your computer to upload into the Menus App.
  • Colors Tab
    Here a background color can be added for this specific image.

2. Once you have finished your adjustments, click on the added image and click on the Add Component button.

3. Back in the Column editor you will be asked to enter a percent next to your newly added image, this percent will control how much space of the column this image will take up (enter a value 0 to 100).
You will also see the overall height remaining percent update to reflect how much space you have left in the column.

Text

1. Click on the Text option to add a custom text field into your column.

  • Text Fields
    Here you can enter your text that you would like to display in the column.
  • Images Tab
    A background image can be added behind your custom text.
  • Colors Tab
    Here a background overlay color can be set that will appear behind your text, but on top of any image you may of added in the Images Tab, you can also adjust the font color for your text here as well.
  • Options Tab
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your font (size, family, alignment) and padding around the menu box.

2. Once you have finished your adjustments, click on the Add Component button.

3. Back in the Column editor, you will be asked to enter a percent next to your newly added image, this percent will control how much space of the column this image will take up (enter a value 0 to 100).
You will also see the overall height remaining percent update to reflect how much space you have left in the column.

Vivonet

The Vivonet option will generate a listing style view of your selected source’s menu data

1. Click on the Vivonet option to to display your selected source’s menu data by adding a menu field into your column.

  • Menu Items
    Here you will see a listing of all of your menu items from your selected menu source file, checkmark the items you would like to include in this menu column.
  • Text Fields
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your font (size, family, alignment).
  • Images Tab
    A background image can be added behind your menu.
  • Colors Tab
    Here a background overlay color can be set that will appear behind your text, but on top of any image you may of added in the Images Tab, you can also adjust the font color for your text here as well.
  • Options Tab
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your menu’s currency, pricing and description display.

2. Once you have finished your adjustments, click on the Add Component button.

3. Back in the Column editor you will be asked to enter a percent next to your newly added menu, this percent will control how much space of the column this text will take up (enter a value 0
to 100).
You will also see the overall height remaining percent update to reflect how much space you have left in the column.

Vivonet Row

The Vivonet Row option will generate a row view of your selected source’s menu data:

1. Click on the Vivonet Row option to to display your selected source’s menu data by adding a menu field into your column.

  • Menu Items
    Here you will see a listing of all of your menu items from your selected menu source file, checkmark the items you would like to include in this menu column.
  • Text Fields
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your font (size, family, alignment).
  • Images Tab
    A background image can be added behind your menu.
  • Colors Tab
    Here a background overlay color can be set that will appear behind your text, but on top of any image you may have added in the Images Tab, you can also adjust the font color for your text here as well.
  • Options Tab
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your menu’s currency, pricing, and description display.

2. Once you have finished your adjustments, click on the Add Component button.

3. Back in the Column editor you will be asked to enter a percent next to your newly added menu, this percent will control how much space of the column this text will take up (enter a value 0
to 100).
You will also see the overall height remaining percent update to reflect how much space you have left in the column.

Vivonet Enhanced

The Vivonet Enhanced option will generate a table style view of your selected source’s menu data:

Click on the Vivonet Enhanced option to to display your selected source’s menu data by adding a menu field into your column.

  • Menu Items
    Here you will see a listing of all of your menu items from your selected menu source file, checkmark the items you would like to include in this menu column.
  • Text Fields
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your font (size, family, alignment).
  • Images Tab
    A background image can be added behind your menu.
  • Colors Tab
    Here a background overlay color can be set that will appear behind your text, but on top of any image you may of added in the Images Tab, you can also adjust the font color for your text here as well.
  • Options Tab
    This tab will give you the options to adjust your menu’s currency, pricing and description display.

2. Once you have finished your adjustments, click on the Add Component button.

3. Back in the Column editor you will be asked to enter a percent next to your newly added menu, this percent will control how much space of the column this text will take up (enter a value 0
to 100).
You will also see the overall height remaining percent update to reflect how much space you have left in the column.

Adding a Menu into a Campaign

1. In the CampaignsHD section of CommandCenterHD, click on the edit button for the campaign that you would like to display your Menu content.

2. Click the Apps button on the bottom toolbar. 

3. Choose the Menu content you would like to add, and then drag and drop your asset onto the slide.
If no content appears in this list, please first follow the steps in the above section Creating a Menu

4. The Menu content will appear on the slide. Drag the Menu content to where you would like it on the slide.
You can double click on the Menu content to make it fullscreen, by check marking the fullscreen box.

5. After making your adjustments to the App, click on Apply and then Save at the bottom right of the slide editor.

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