TrilbyTV Launches Three New Features in its Digital Signage Platform
TrilbyTV adds three fantastic new features to its digital signage platform made for education.
FREMONT, CA: Digital signage software company TrilbyTV launches three fantastic new features. Following the launch of their Word of the Day feature in collaboration with Vocabulary Ninja last month, the company has been working hard to bring the TrilbyTV community of schools even more ways to inspire staff and students alike.
The new features include Twitter 2.0, allowing users to showcase individual Twitter feeds while filtering via hashtags. The screen layout supports multiple images, so if users tweet more than one image, the layout automatically updates while supporting GIFs and Videos. Hashtag support has been improved, and users can now include a feed on digital signage based on a hashtag. This is best for conference or event days or to follow a particular trending topic.
The second feature is Slideshow 3.0, adding a folder of images or a PowerPoint to TrilbyTV to update digital signage. Now with the new Autofill screen feature, images will automatically be scaled to fill the screen. TV screens have 16:9 ratio, while digital cameras take 5:4 pictures resulting to black borders at the top, bottom, or sides of the screen. The autofill screen fixes this, and it's automatic, so users do not have to tweak the image. New editing devices in Slideshow 3.0 let users manually change the framing of the image and zoom in to see more detail. The third feature, the Content Catalogue, has a collection of resources from respected educational providers and services in the Content Catalogue. Now they are collaborated by five new tools that have been made to keep screens looking amazing and up-to-date. The five tools are Social Slide, Birthday Slide, Inspirational Quotes, Notice Cards, and Staff Board.
TrilbyTV, the easy to use digital signage software, gives users ownership and control of their content. The platform also offers a full range of content options for digital signage, including video, slideshows, Twitter feeds, and web content. It also has a content catalog full of education-focused ready to use content from well known and trusted organizations.