Aha! Presentation for digital signage - full screen

We use presentations from Aha! to show progress on roadmaps in the office on digital signage (big TVs on the walls) and when presenting there are black vertical lines on either side and the footer menu. We would like to have a mode selection on presentation that means it will be designed for use in public areas. Today we can choose between reading or viewing modes.

We are requesting if  you could add a mode called "wallboard" or "Digital signage" where the result is a full screen view without the navigation bar at the bottom.

  • Vegard Bergom Lunde
  • Dec 11 2019
  • Already exists
Release time frame
  • Dec 12, 2019

    Admin Response

    Thank you for your idea. This is currently possible using the present mode. From the slide editor, click the Present button in the header. This will open the presentation in full screen mode which does not include the footer. You can also set the slides to progress automatically by pressing the play button. This is a great option for presenting on a monitor in the office.

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  • Vegard Bergom Lunde commented
    December 13, 2019 06:40

    Hi, thanks for a swift response! and this is the view I want.

    However, we use a platform from Scala to distribute content to these screens and it does not support using a mouse to click buttons in the UI. This is fully automated in the sense that I create a webpage using the presentation tool in Aha! and the link generated is used by scala to show the webpage on the screen. No button clicking available.