- 17 Nov 2022
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- Updated on 17 Nov 2022
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You can easily tweak Passport's settings to control what users can do and access on the app. To access Passport settings click Settings > Companion apps > Passport on the Admin Panel.
|Display home sections vertically||Displays the home page sections as a list you can scroll vertically instead of the default horizontal display.|
|Enable the articles section||Lets users access your published articles from the app. If you enabled article comments, they'll also be able to comment directly on the app.|
|Enable the Discussion boards (Feed) section||Lets users see and contribute to discussion boards on the app.|
|Enable the directory section||Lets users access the directory on the app, as they would on the Members Portal.|
|Enable the bookings and floor plans sections||Lets users access and book resources directly on the app.|
|Enable the my account section||Lets users access and edit their account settings on the app.|
|Enable locations services||Lets users use geofenced automation tiles, provided they allow the Passport app to access their device's location.|
|Enable the private messages section||Lets users access and send private messages on the app.|
|Enable the help-desk section||Lets users send and track their help desk requests on the app.|
The standard Passport app also has settings to let you customize the colors used on the app. Nexudus uses the main color of the logo defined in your location by default, but you can define any other color. As with any other Passport settings, you can choose different colors for each of your location.
The primary color is used as the background color for selected or highlighted menu options.
The secondary color is used as the font color on elements using the primary color as their background.
For example, if your primary color is red and you secondary color is brown, you need to pick shades that offer enough contrast to be legible.
The tertiary color is used as the font color for unselected menu options and elements. It's also used as the app's general font color.
If you use your own access control system, you can add a custom page on the Passport app to let your users unlock doors using the app.
In order to use this feature you need to define a shared secret within your access control system and then add it to the corresponding field on the Admin Panel.
App Download URL
This section provides the download URLs for iOS and Android. You can include these URLs in any of your marketing material or website.