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Basic elements


 The Text element:

With the text element you can print your own text to the canvas.

See more about: Text element.

 The Image element:

With the image element you can add your own pictures to your content.

See more about: Image element.
 

 The Shape element:

With the shape element you can put different types of shapes to your canvas.

See more about: Shape element.

 The Clock element:

With the Clock element you can add a digital or an analog clock to your content.

See more about: Clock element.

 The Custom element:

With the custom element you can display a website, or html code.

See more about: Custom element.

 The Scroll element:

With the Scroll element you can display text in many different ways.

See more about: Scroll element.

 The Weather element:

With the weather element you can display the current weather of a location
in your content.

See more about: Weather element.

Media elements


 The Gallery element:

With the gallery element you can add an image gallery to your content.

See more about: Gallery element.

 The Carousel element:

With the Carousel Element you can add an image gallery to your content.

See more about: Carousel element.

 The Video element:

With the Video Element you can add your own video to your content.

See more about: Video element.

 The Videos element:

With the videos element you can display multiple videos in your content.

See more about: Videos element.

 The Stream element:

With the Stream Element you can broadcast your streams in your content.

See more about: Stream element.

 The Youtube element:

With the youtube element you can play a youtube video in your content.

See more about: Youtube element.

 The Cooltext element:

With the the cooltext element you can add animated text to your content.

See more about: Cooltext element.

 The Pieces element:

With the pieces element you can add animated images to your content.

See more about: Pieces element.

 The Content element:

With the Content Element you can display another content in your content.

See more about: Content element.

 The Contents element:

With the Contents Element you can display multiple contents in your main content.

See more about: Contents element.

 The QR Code element:

With the QR code element you can generate your own QR code
and add it to your content.

See more about: QR Code element.

 The Google document element:

With the Google Doc Element you can display your google docs in your content.

See more about: Google Document.

 The Google calendar element:

With the calendar element you can display your calendar in your content.

See more about: Google Calendar.

Dynamic chart elements


 The Meter element:

With the meter element you can display values from a datasource with a meter.

See more about: Meter element.

 The List element:

With the list element you can display your datasources in your content in list format.

See more about: List element.

 The Pie element:

With the pie element you can display values from a datasource with a pie chart.

See more about: Pie element.

 The Bar element:

With the Bar element you can make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Bar element.

 The Column element:

With the Column element you can make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Column element.

 The Line element:

With the Line element you can make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Line element.

 The Area element:

With the Area element you can make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Area element.

 The Pyramid element:

With the Pyramid element you can make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Pyramid element.

 The Gauge element:

With the gauge element you can display your datasources in your content
in gauge format.

See more about: Gauge element.

Interactions elements


 The Checkbox element:

With the Check Box Element you can make interactive check boxes.

See more about: Checkbox element.

 The Radio button element:

With the Radio Element you can make interactive Radio buttons.

See more about: Radio element.

 The Reset element:

With the Reset Element you can reset your other interactive element’s value
to basic values in the elements button group.

See more about: Reset element.

 The Submit element:

With the Submit Element you can collect data from one of your other
interactive element and send it to an e-mail address.

See more about: Submit element.

 The All element:

With the All Element you can collect the data from all of your other interactive
elements and send them to an e-mail address.

See more about: All element.

 The Collection element:

With the Collection Element you can display the collected data from your button group.

See more about: Collection element.

 The Input element:

With the Input Element you can create an interactive field to collect data.

See more about: Input element.

 

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