We love when clients are creative with their user generated content displays. This visual content doesn't have to be confined to a website or email campaign. You can take Flowbox anywhere (well, within reason...).

Inspiration

For inspiration, check out this display by fashion brand LolaLiza. They are displaying a large auto grid Flow on a custom screen in their window.

And check out this display in Swiss department store Globus. They're encouraging visitors to take selfies by their store and these images are then immediately displayed on the screen by the entrance.


How to set up a Flow for a physical display

  1. Create and name your new Flow.

  2. We recommend using an auto theme - like the one in the LolaLiza example above. It means that the Flow will be dynamic.

  3. Note: you can change the Flow's settings to change the width/height/rows/columns to fit your desired screen size.

  4. It might also be an idea to create a banner for your Flow to explain what the display is showing.

  5. Once you're happy with your Flow's content and settings, you can easily display it by copying the 'preview' link and displaying it live.
    To get the preview link, simply click on the 'preview' button in the Settings menu. This will open a new window, where you'll have a live preview link that you can share on other screens.

  6. That's it! You can now create one or several Flows to be displayed in stores/events.

You will need to connect your screens to the internet/wifi in order to display your Flows, as they are being distributed via a live link.

Pro tip: You can also use UGC in printed materials! We've seen our Flows on packaging, in flyers, in magazines - your only limit is your imagination!

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