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Navigate to the "Marketplace" resource on the sidebar. Here you can set the global settings for your app marketplace.
You are able to select a primary color using either the graphic interface, a hex code, or a decimal code. The color selected here will be the primary color scheme on your App Marketplace, appearing on your buttons and search bar.
You are able to select a secondary color using either the graphic interface, a hex code, or a decimal code. The color selected here will be the secondary color scheme on your App Marketplace, appearing on your links.
The Title Font Size component is a drop down menu that will set all Titles on your App Marketplace to the font size which you set here.
The Subtitle Font Size component is a drop down menu that will set all Subtitles on your App Marketplace to the font size which you set here.
You are able to select from a variety of date formats for your integration marketplace. To set your date format, we use derivations of Unicode Technical Standard #35. Click the dropdown menu to view our date format combinations and codes. If you have a request for another unique date format, you can select one from the webpage here.
Here, you'll be able to toggle and set various optional components that can be used in the marketplace.
Here you are able to set your preferred Marketplace app ordering. Currently, we allow for Alphabetical sorting and Order Index sorting. Alphabetical will sort your apps in alphabetical order by Integration ID while Order Index will sort your apps in numerical order from lowest to highest based on the “Order Index” value on the integration Marketplace Settings page within the Admin Dashboard. Within Order Index sorting, any integrations with the same value or with a null value will be sub-sorted alphabetically.
Here you can choose whether or not you wish to provide a search bar on your App Marketplace.
Here you can choose whether or not you would like to utilize the categories feature within your App Marketplace.
This feature enables you to display a Featured section above the rest of your apps in the marketplace where you can assign apps. These apps will display in a navigable carousel. The name that displays here can be changed in the Content tab.
Here you're able to choose whether you would prefer your customers' installed apps to appear above the App Marketplace or if you would prefer that they are broken out into two separate pages.
By toggling this option, your marketplace and installed applications will live on two discreet pages that your end user and navigate between.
If you have the Separate Marketplace toggled on, then this option will provide an additional search bar on your customer's "My Apps" page for them to search between installed applications.
Here you can choose to display the pause button icon below your list of sync schedule options or whether you want it displayed as an option in your sync schedule dropdown.
You are able to select a color for your Marketplace Search Icon using either the graphic interface, a hex code, or a decimal code.
You are able to select a color for your Tool Tips Icons using either the graphic interface, a hex code, or a decimal code.
This allows you to modify the roundness of the tiles shown in the marketplace.
This controls the overall width of the featured app carousel on the main page of the marketplace.
Below the Border Radius options, there are three fields for CSS input that configure the shadow options that your tiles will display. If nothing is input here, the tiles will use the default tile shadow options.
To customize these options, directly paste your CSS here, and you'll see the changes reflected in both in in-app marketplace and the Gallery.
If you have worked with the Pandium team to enable SSO connection for the apps within your App Marketplace, you can use this option to turn this feature on.
This tab in the Marketplace Settings covers a wide variety of text components on your App Marketplace. Here, you can customize those text components- on both the main marketplace page and the tile detail pages - to be whatever best fits your own company's personal branding.
Under the Gallery tab, you'll see customization options that are specific to the gallery marketplace, if you have that feature enabled with Pandium. You can set the tab title, add optional banners, and create headers and footers, all easy to customize directly with HTML and CSS inside of the admin dash. Pandium also offers the option to embed custom HubSpot forms directly into marketplace tiles.*
This section houses generic Gallery settings, currently composed of just the page title, which will display on the browser tab of your Gallery page.
The Hero Banner is content that will show across the top of your Gallery page. Pandium allows for custom HTML and CSS so that this can be as customized as you'd like. Toggling this setting will display two text fields and a component uploader. The first field is for inputting the HTML of your banner configuration, and the second is for holding the CSS of the banner. The Hero Image upload component allows you to directly upload an image to be used within the Hero Banner configuration.
The Hero Footer Configuration is used to setup a banner on the lower part of the body of the page. The Hero Footer acts much the same as the Hero Banner - clicking the toggle will show two fields where custom HTML and CSS can be input to edit this banner.
In this section, there's four fields where you'll be able to input your custom HTML and CSS for a header and footer on the Gallery page. These will sit, respectively, on the very top and bottom of the page, even outside the banners. These can be used to have functional nav bars, footer link trees, etc., and can be customized to look like the Gallery belongs directly in your site.
There is fields for Top Banner HTML & CSS, and Footer HTML & Footer CSS.
Pandium offers the ability to embed your custom HubSpot form directly into the marketplace integration detail pages. Here, you'll input a heading, which is the CTA text the form will display. You'll need a Portal ID and Form ID from HubSpot, and then you'll see another field where you can input your CSS to customize how this form looks on the page.
We also allow for embedding of certain tags within the form, which can be used to auto-populate contact information in HubSpot when setup.
*HubSpot forms require Portal ID and Form ID from HubSpot
Note: The Marketplace and related features are not included in the Pandium Lite offering.
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