Beaconstac Extension

Step 1 Get started with the Premium plan on Beaconstac. If you are already a Beaconstac customer, If you are a Premium, Reseller or Whitelabel customer, you can skip step 1 and directly proceed to the next step. If you are a Basic customer, you need to upgrade your plan to access beacon app building

Events Extension

Use our Events feature to create entries for dates/times and more, manually. Add Events to your app by going to Screens –> Content. Then choose the Events feature. After you choose Events, a new screen will appear in your Home Screens menu. To add items to Events, simply click the “Create Items” button.    

Supported HTML Tags and Inline Styling

While adding content in a Description text area within Shoutem extensions, you are allowed to format and style text using HTML elements in the HTML editor. HTML editor is available to all users and can be found within any Description/Information text area as displayed on the image below: You will be able to insert any

Menu Extension

The Menu extension is how you list and categorize menu-styled items, whether you’re a restaurant owner or a food vendor.     Add a Menu screen.  Click on Create items.  Click on +Add item.   You will see this screen:   Menu items include: Name – The name of your item as it appears on the

User Management and Protected Screens

Besides features elaborated in the Social features article, there are more options for you as Admin. In this article, we will explain how you can control who is accessing your app’s content, how you can delete or block a user from your app, or update passwords or usernames for already registered app users (members) Managing

People Extension

Create contact lists for your staff, a team roster, or speaker bios for your conference!   Each person’s details can include contact information (email, phone and site links), social profiles (Twitter and LinkedIn) and a short bio. To add the list to your app, click Add screen. Select People from the Content tab: Click Create

Special Deals

In this article, we will introduce you to Special deals extension. You will learn how to set them up and how they can be used in your app.  To create deals, you need to first add Deals screen in Commerce section.      Once the screen is added to the app, you will see two

News Extension

Our News feature allows you to bring blog or article-based content into your app both manually, or, automatically through “feeds”. To add content, go to Screens –> Content. Choose RSS News or manual News collection.     Manual After choosing News manual collection, a new screen will appear. Add items to your News collection by

Photos Extension

Bring in RSS-based photo feeds, or, create photo collections manually   To add photos, go to Screens –> Content and choose either RSS Photos or, manual Photos collection.   Photos When you choose Photos (manual collecting),  a new screen will appear.  To add desired items to your Photos collection, click Create Items:     You

Push Notifications Feature

Our Push notifications feature allows you to broadcast messages to users’ devices. These messages aren’t the same as traditional text messages, and users choose to receive them when they download and install your app. Common use-case for push notifications are announcements, news about app/feature updates, or any other messages that would apply to your users and