These are some of the most common questions regarding tagging your videos. Select the question to view the answer.
Our Inviid Shopify app customers can upload a custom square SVG file to represent the in-video tags they create. All other icons are standardized to ensure they provide useful information to viewers.
Any video can be edited at any time, even after you've posted or shared the link to your video. We suggest our users update and tweak video tags and placements after they've had a chance to review the stats and user engagement to increase their sales.
Shoppers trust customer created content over branded content, and with this release, you can show your customers what other people are saying about your products on Twitter right inside your videos. You can tag individual tweets or even an entire feed, and it will only take minutes to set up.
Log into Inviid from your Shopify admin panel. Under Videos, select the video you'd like to edit, select the + icon to add a tag. Select the Twitter option and paste the link to the Twitter profile or tweet (right-click on the time and choose "copy link") you'd like displayed, and you're ready to go.
If you have any integrations that you think would be useful, please email your idea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will only have the ability to create tags in your video if you are logged into your Shopify store. Once you are in the app admin, open the video in edit mode, and you can start creating tags by selecting the + icon.
Follow the instructions above, starting by selecting the + icon. You can choose to draw the animated point or add it to the snap-to-border area. It will then ask you what kind of point you want to create (Shopify or Twitter). Select Twitter and paste the link to the tweet (right-click on the time and choose "copy link”) or the link to your Twitter profile page.
There are currently two ways to tag your videos:
- Select and hold to set up static tags that stay in one static location throughout the video.
- You can select and drag to highlight a product as it moves through the video.
- Snap to border, where you can hover on the side of a video and select within a blue slide-out box to have your products appear on the edge of the video player (a great option for existing videos that may move too quickly to showcase your products as they appear).