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Basic Elements

 The Text Element:

The Text element allows you to add text to your content.

See more about: Text Element.

 The Image Element:

The Image element allows you to add your own pictures to your content.

See more about: Image Element.
 

 The Shape Element:

The Shape element allows you to put different types of shapes to your canvas.

See more about: Shape Element.

 The Clock Element:

The Clock element allows you to add a digital or an analog clock to your content.

See more about: Clock Element.

 The Custom Element:

The Custom element allows you to

display a website or html code.

See more about: Custom Element.

 The Scroll Element:

The Scroll element allows you to

display text in many different ways.

See more about: Scroll Element.

 The Weather Element:

The Weather element allows you to display the current weather based on location in your content.

See more about: Weather Element.

Media Elements

 The Gallery Element:

The Gallery element allows you to

add an image gallery to your content.

See more about: Gallery Element.

 The Carousel Element:

The Carousel element allows you to add an image gallery to your content.

See more about: Carousel Element.

 The Video Element:

The Video element allows you to add your own video to your content.

See more about: Video Element.

 The Videos Element:

The Videos element allows you to display multiple videos in your content.
See more about: Videos Element.

 The Stream Element:

The Stream element allows you to broadcast your streams in your content.

See more about: Stream Element.

 The YouTube Element:

The YouTube element allows you to play a YouTube video in your content.

See more about: YouTube Element.

 The Cooltext Element:

The Cooltext element you can add animated text to your content.

See more about: Cooltext Element.

 The Pieces Element:

The Pieces element allows you to add animated images to your content.

See more about: Pieces Element.

 The Content Element:

The Content element allows you to display another content in your content.

See more about: Content Element.

 The Contents Element:

The Contents element you can display multiple contents in your main content.

See more about: Contents Element.

 The QR Code Element:

The QR Code element allows you to generate your own QR code and add it to your content.

See more about: QR Code Element.

 The Google Document Element:

The Google Doc element allows you to display your Google Docs in your content.

See more about: Google Document.

 The Google Calendar Element:

The Calendar element allows you to

display your calendar in your content.

See more about: Google Calendar.

Dynamic Chart Elements

 The Meter Element:

The Meter element allows you to

display values from a datasource with a meter.

See more about: Meter Element.

The List Element:


The List element allows you to display your datasources in your content in list format.
See more about: List Element.

 The Pie Element:

The Pie element allows you to display values from a datasource with a pie chart.

See more about: Pie Element.

 The Bar Element:

The Bar element allows you to

make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Bar Element.

 The Column Element:

The Column element allows you to

make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Column Element.

 The Line Element:

The Line element allows you to make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Line Element.

 The Area Element:

The Area element allows you to

make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Area Element.

 The Pyramid Element:

The Pyramid element allows you to

make a chart of your datasource.

See more about: Pyramid Element.

 The Gauge Element:

The Gauge element allows you to display your datasources in your content in gauge format.

See more about: Gauge Element.

Interactions Elements

 The Checkbox Element:

The Check Box element allows you to add interactive check boxes.

See more about: Checkbox Element.

 The Radio Button Element:

The Radio element allows you to make interactive radio buttons.

See more about: Radio Element.

 The Reset Element:

The Reset element allows you to reset your other interactive element’s value
to basic values in the elements button group.

See more about: Reset Element.

 The Submit Element:

The Submit element allows you to collect data from one of your other interactive elements and send it to an e-mail address.

See more about: Submit Element.

 The All Element:

The All element allows you to 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:

The Collection element allows you to display the collected data from your button group.

See more about: Collection Element.

 The Input Element:

The Input element allows you to create an interactive field to collect data.
See more about: Input Element.

Social Elements

 The Facebook Element:

The Facebook element allows you to display Facebook social pages in your content.

See more about: Facebook Element.

 The Twitter Element:

The Twitter element allows you to display Twitter social pages in your content.

See more about: Twitter Element.

 

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