OKAST allows (for specific clients) to manage and edit some editorial playlists on your platforms. You can regroup contents or playlists into playslists or categories very easily. 

1. The smartlist list 

  • The smartlists menu displays all the smartlists you have created
  • You will see up to 6 indicators next to your smartlist:
    •  indicates a time restriction is associated with your smartlist
    •  indicates a geographic restriction is associated with your smartlist
    •  indicates the number of languages in which your smartlist exists 
    •  indicates the number of elements that are part of your smartlist (3 for example if your smartlist includes 2 contents and one categorie)
    • The colored icon indicates the status of your smartlist:
      •  non enabled or ended smartlist
      •  smartlist enabled but not available for the moment
      •  smartlist enabled and currently available
    •  is clickable and allows you to access the settings of your smartlist *

* Clicking on your smartlist name also gives you access to its settings

2. Your smartlist

To edit your smartlist you just need to click on  or on the name of your smartlist 

Note: In order for your smartlist to be published, it must contain a title and an image (at least for the default language) and at least one element, regardless of the type (another smartlist or content)


A. The name

  • You can change the name of your smartlist by clicking on it
  • You can enable or disable your smartlist by clicking on the power button 
  • The colored icon will change in the same way as on the previous page according to your settings

B. Languages

  • You can choose the languages in which you want to display your smartlist (you need a minimum of one language)
  • The checked language is be the default language of the smartlist. This is the language in which your smartlist will appear, if no translation has yet been made for the selected languages
  • By clicking on  you delete a language from your smartlist

  • By clicking on  you access the language selector, and you can add as many new languages as you want

C. The title

  • You can add a title to your smartlist for each of the languages you have previously selected
  • The indicator is there to remind you the default language of your smartlist
  • The title will be displayed in two places
    • On your site’s Home page:

    • In your smartlist:


D. The description

  • You can add, or not, a description to your smartlist for each of the languages you have previously selected
  • The indicator  is there to remind you the default language of your smartlist
  • The indicator  is clickable, and allows you to change the size of your editing space


E. The illustrations

  • You can add illustrations to your smartlist for each of the languages you have selected
  • Two types of illustrations are available:
    • The first type, in 16 x 6, corresponds to the carousel n = 1 (one illustration per horizontal scroll)

    • The second type, in 16 x 9, corresponds to the carousel n = 6 (here 6 illustrations per horizontal scroll)

  • The indicator is there to remind you the default language of your smartlist

F. The elements

  • In this section, you can add as many items to your smartlist as you have existing ones
  • Two types of elements are addable:
    •  Smartlists containing elements 
    •  Contents
  • The added smartlists will then create playlists in your smartlist
  • The added content will be presented individually
  • By checking the boxes, you can transfer several elements to your smartlist together
  • In the same way as for adding elements to your smartlist, you can remove them by the same process

G. The restrictions

  • You have the possibility to restrict access to your smartlist, either to countries, or for a period, or both at the same time
  • Restrict your smartlist allows you to offer your content, only to the people to whom it is addressed

 

  • By clicking on  you can activate the geographical restriction
  • You can, by clicking on  and on the triangle on the right, select the countries that will have access to your smartlist
  • In the same way, you can, by clicking on  and on the triangle on the right, select the countries that will not have access to your smartlist
  • By clicking on the crosses to the left of the country names, you can remove them from an authorization or blocking
  • However, if you wish to stop a geographic restriction, click on 

  • By clicking on  you can activate the temporal restriction
  • You can select using the calendar*, the start date of your smartlist
  • You can also select using the calendar*, the end date of your smartlist, if there is one. To do so, click on , on the right of “end date” or double-click on the gray box below
  • To set the starting or ending hour, click on , and by moving the sliders, adjust the start or end hour of your smartlist
  • However, if you wish to stop a time restriction, click on 

* To open or close the calendar, you will need to click on the frame indicating the full date

 

3. Rendered on your platform

  • To finish, click on 
  • That’s it, your smartlist is now set to be available on your site