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Step 1: Exploring Your Settings
Step 1: Exploring Your Settings

Learn about your settings in order to get the most out of the software

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Written by Emily Devlin
Updated over a week ago

Let's take some time to become familiar with your account.

In App Settings

You will need to sign into the HALO app in order to launch your booth or test your settings. When you first sign in you will see a list of the events saved to your account.

You can adjust your settings in-app, but most people prefer to customize from the online settings.

Online Settings

You will land here when you sign in on the web. The dashboard shows an account overview and recently used galleries.

The menu at the top of the page allows you to navigate to your settings pages and account details.

The preset page allows you to control the booth settings and picture customizations.

The gallery page allows you to customize the online gallery where participants view their photos and share.

Analytics are available on the Plus, Pro, and Select plans.

View information about your app's performance and download any data collected from your analytics page.

Custom props are available on the Plus, Pro, and Select plans.

Create a more unique experience by adding a custom prop pack as a photo editing tool for participants to use.

Account Settings

Use your avatar in the top right corner in order to access a few additional account settings.

  • Account Details - manage basic information on your account, like your name and region.

  • Public Profile - enable an optional profile that will display on your gallery page, allowing participants to find out more about your business.

  • Billing - manage your account's billing.

  • Licenses - view your active licenses and the iPad they're currently assigned to.

  • Integrations - integrate with MailChimp in order to send data capture leads directly to your MailChimp account. Available on Pro and Select only.

Next Step: Create Your Preset & Gallery

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