How to use Google Trends App

Google Trends show search, interest trend for certain keywords, topic, it is a good way to create interesting, engaging content for your viewers.
This article will guide you through how to create and use Google Trends app.

Below is an example on how it looks:

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Let's jump in and get started:

First, you will need to have your screens set up and paired. For more information on how to do that, click here.

Then log on to our portal: http://app.optisigns.com/

Go to Files/Assets, Click on "App".

 

Click Google Trends:

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Then go to Google Trends: https://trends.google.com/
Find the trends that you want to display on your screen. Then click the Share Embed button:
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Click on the embed code and copy it.
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Go back to OptiSigns and paste it in the Google Trends app:

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  • Name: Name of your Wall, this is the name of the wall in your asset list. It will not be displayed on your screens.

  • Embed Code: The code you copied from Google Trends

  • Update Interval: Google Trends is auto update by default. You can also input an interval here on how often you want to refresh the content.

  • Zoom: Depend on what kind of chart you picked, zoom may help the content to be displayed better on your screens.
Click Save.
After Saving, you can Preview the wall. It may take several seconds for the app to fetch posts and prepare your wall, so please be patient.

That's all! Congratulation!

You have created your Google Trends Wall.
You can change the wall any time by click on it in the Files/Assets tab. 

You can assign the newly created wall to your screen by going to Screens, click Edit screens and assign the wall to screens that you want.

You can put the created social walls in a Playlist, Schedule too.

 

If you have any additional questions, concerns or any feedback about OptiSigns, feel free to reach out to our support team at support@optisigns.com or just submit a ticket here.

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