|1. New creative||2. All creatives in a project||3. The files inside the creative|
Once you've made a new project, you'll automatically enter into this project where you can set it up for your files. Within each project there are creatives: holders where you can upload all your files, preview and notify your ad. This is where the template files are uploaded. The creatives in the project are not linked and need to be notified separately.
Each template will require at least one creative, but it is possible that a template requires more creatives. How many creatives a template needs, and which files need to be in which creative, is specified on the specsheet. Make sure to check the specsheet for the necessary set-up.
1. New creative
When you enter an empty project a pop-up 'add creative' appears. Here you can give the creative any name you like. You can have up to 190 creatives in a project, so we recommend using a recognisable name. Most of our templates are Rich Media templates, but if you happen to upload an VPAID or VAST template you can specify that in this pop-up as well. If you’re using an VPAID of VAST template, this is specified on the buying sheet and our specsheet. If it’s not on there, it’s most likely an rich media ad.
If you already have creatives in a project, you can add more creatives by clicking the blue“+ Creative” button on the left. This will open the same “new creative” popup window.
2. All the creatives in a projects
The creatives inside a project will show up in a list on the left side of the screen. You can click on the name of a creatives to go inside that creative and work with it. The active creative will be highlighted and the name of creative will be on top of the screen.
You can create a overview in the creatives by using the dots before the creatives name, and the colour tags you made.
- Dots: these dots show whether an creative has been notified or not.
- Default is grey. This means the creative has not yet been notified
- A green dot means the creative has been notified
- The colour tags can mean whatever you prefer. You can assign a colour tag to a creative by clicking the ‘edit’ button next to the name at the top of the screen.
3: the files inside the creative
All files within a creative have a specific role and place to be in the previewer. Our template HTML files are either:
- Fixed positions
The next step
Once a creative has been set up, the first action is to upload your creative files. You can do by drag and drop or click the button 'Upload files'.