Editing your Screens, Buttons & App Content

With customized buttons, you can personalize your app with additional tools or information that contacts may need.

Updated over a week ago

Select the 'App Settings' tab and then choose ‘App Content.’

The ‘Screens’ tab shows you a list of available screens in your mobile app. The arrow shows you where your screens are located on the app.

You can customize the order, name, and visibility of your screens.

To Adjust the order of your screens, click and drag the button (See below)

To edit the buttons on any screen (including the screen name), click the pencil icon on the right side of the screen you want to change.

This is the page where you can edit your button icons, labels, and visibility for your home screen.

Once you make a change, click on another screen area to save your changes. You can see what it looks like on the phone image to make sure you like it.

If you would like to hide any of these buttons, you can click the eye icon on the right (under the visibility column), which will hide the button on your app.

To add a new custom button of your own, click on the

The Icon above the visibility column. This will populate a list of options for you to choose from:

In this case, I chose ‘External link’ as an example. This will add a new button at the bottom of the list, and all you need to do is fill in the name of the button (Label) and the website you want it to lead to (Destination). Don’t forget that you can add a button icon as well!

Once you fill in the blanks, click on another screen area to save your changes. Your new button will now be included for new and existing tappers.

Don’t forget that the home screen is just one of multiple screens where you can add custom buttons!

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