Assets are specific pieces of content that can be assigned to a Screen or be part of a Playlist. They cover a broad range of content types.

Asset Management

You can filter your view by asset type using the menu on the left:

Create folders for your content and move content to them:

Asset Types

Images and Videos

Create sequences of uploaded images and video files. Files can be uploaded from your computer, or from a third-party online source.

Audio Files

Though not explicitly listed, MP3 files can be uploaded for use as background music assets for playlists.


Customize information feeds from a range of pre-built HTML apps. You can customize these apps as per your requirements.

Kindly note that YouTube streaming is not recommended currently.


The Templates Library opens in a new browser tab by clicking on the Templates button in the left menu. Choose from a wide variety of templates to create your own visually appealing content. Scroll through the full list, or select a category to browse its content.

Once you have selected a template, enter the editor to customize it. Most elements have a simple click-to-edit interface. Double-click to edit the text.

Access your designs by clicking on the Your Designs option from the title bar.

Any element in the template can be edited or moved by selecting it and using the built-in tools to rotate or resize it, add shadows and outlines, change colors and textures, and more.

You can use the Undo Ctrl+Z and Redo buttons to reverse or re-apply content changes.

Take some time to play around and familiarize yourself with the template editor and its capabilities.


Raw documents can also be uploaded as content. The application converts them to images on the back end and shows them at the rate you set in the options. Engage can handle PDF, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, and all LibreOffice file types (ODT, ODP, etc).

Playing Assets on the Screen

Navigate to the Screens tab, select the screen(s), and click on the Edit option. Select the asset as shown below to change its content to the asset.

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