Image Gallery Feature


The Image Gallery feature is an easy and awesome way to display images inside your app. You can create a custom gallery right through the dashboard, or integrate with Flickr, Picasa, or Instagram to pull in existing galleries.


Note: You can switch between Custom, Flickr, Picasa, and Instagram without losing your changes for each one. If you decide to switch back to your Custom gallery after using Instagram, for instance, just click the bubble for Custom once more and then click Save Changes. Your uploaded galleries from before will reappear.


Available on:

  • iOS
  • Android
  • HTML5

Great for these industries:

  • Bars & Clubs
  • Bands & Music Artists
  • Shops

Monetization ideas:

  • Sell ad space to local businesses and include ads or coupons in the gallery.
  • Show off merchandise, artwork, food, etc.


Navigate to Edit > Build to begin the setup process, then follow the steps below.





2. Choose the Image Gallery feature from the menu, then click SELECT.


3. Name your feature, then click ADD. Your new feature will now appear in the left-side menu.


4. Click on the feature to expand its menu. From the left-side menu you can:

  • use the checkbox to delete the feature.
  • click and drag the arrow icon to rearrange.
  • edit the feature icon by clicking it, then selecting a new image from the fly-up menu.
  • toggle on/off the feature.
  • jump to a specific section (i.e. Content or Custom Design) to adjust the feature settings.


Here you can rename the feature and add photos.


1. Under Screen Info, change your Screen/Feature Name or leave as-is. This is the name that will appear in the app's feature menu (e.g. "Band Photos" as opposed to "Image Gallery").

2. To add a Custom Gallery, click Customize Your Own Image Gallery, then ADD GALLERY. Complete the fields below, then click ADD. Repeat this process for each Gallery.

  • Name: Give your gallery a name.
  • Thumbnail: Upload a Thumbnail image (we recommend 140x140px). This will appear next to your gallery in the main feature view.
  • Display Mode: Choose if your images will be displayed whole screen or on a grid. 
  • Upload: Upload images to the gallery. 

3. To import a gallery from Facebook or a website, select IMPORT GALLERY. 

  • Facebook:
    • Plug in a Facebook Page URL.
    • Make sure the Facebook URL is for the main page, not a specific feature of the Facebook Page.
    • The Facebook Page must be publicly viewable without requiring login. You may need to adjust the Page settings in Facebook in order to scrape it if you're receiving an error message.
    • Click Import to scrape the Facebook Page. You may be prompted to log into your Facebook account to do so.
      • Note: Make sure your pop-up blocker isn't preventing the Facebook login box from appearing. If you see a pop-up blocked notification, try selecting the "always allow" option and then trying the import once more.
    • When scraping is complete, you'll see a list of available galleries. Check the box next to any galleries you'd like to import. When you're ready, click the Import button.
    • When your Facebook galleries are done processing, they will appear in the main gallery list. Click Edit next to any of them to view and modify the details. 

  • Website:
    • Plug in Website URL
    • Click Import to scrape the Website for images
    • When the scraping is complete, you're all done! The galleries will be added to your main Gallery list automatically.

4. To add galleries from Flickr, select the Flickr option.

  • Enter your Flickr API Key. It's a long string of numbers and letters. For instructions on generating your key, visit this site.
  • Enter your Flickr Email. This is often different than your login email. You can locate the Primary Contact Email by Navigating to You> More> Profile. 
  • Select a Display Style. With Gallery, your photos will appear in rows. Users can click photos to view them full-screen. With Cover-flow, your photos will be presented in slideshow form. Users can swipe through the photos one at a time.
  • Select a Gallery Type. We recommend the Photo Sets option for Flickr.
  • Click Save Changes at the bottom.

5. To add galleries from Picasa, select the Picasa option.

  • Just enter your Picasa user ID (usually your Gmail address).
  • Select a Display Style. With Gallery, your photos will appear in rows. Users can click photos to view them full-screen. With Cover-flow, your photos will be presented in slideshow form. Users can swipe through the photos one at a time. Picasa images will always be grouped into individual galleries. 
  • Click Save Changes at the bottom.

6. To add galleries from Instagram, select the Instagram option. 

  • 2.  Log into your Instagram account.
    • Note: If you've logged into an Instagram account through your browser before, you may need to visit and log out before connecting the app to a new feed.
  • Click Save Changes at the bottom.

Custom Design 

If you'd like create a custom design for this feature instead of using the Global Design, you'll do so here. Skip over this section if not. See here for more info.



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