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We've found that creating icons can be a challenge for some of our subscribers, so we simplified it. We've added the over and always growing 15,000+ icons from the guys at Icons8 and provided a simple-to-use library. Below are some step-by-step references, but once you login you'll see just how easy and flexible it is.
"Clicking" on the blue Select Icons from Icons8 Library will bring up the icons toolset. You'll find it in the upper right hard corner of both the Category Details editor as well as the Category Items editor.
Once the Icons toolset window pops up you'll have access to a scrolling category list on the left side and a keyword search box in the upper right hand corner. You'll notice some of the icons in the example are blue, based on the 'Foreground Color' setting and others are multi-colored. Using the 'Foreground Color' and 'Background Color' setting you have infinite flexibility in setting colors for your app icons. The multi-colored icons gives you a pre-set color.
After you click on the icon you'd like to use, the Icon Toolset will close and you'll see it appear in the Category or Item Image window. If you're editing 'Active' content, then all you need to do is SAVE your work and the icon is immediately visible to your app users.
Knowing where to start in terms of what should go into your app might seem like a challenge, but it's really easy and you can always move things around quickly should you change your mind. Once of the quickest ways to get going is to add a few Categories. Think of these as chapters in a book. Within each category you can add Category Items, which would be the same as the pages in a book. Notice that the Category in the example is highlighted in blue...this indicated that it's selected, then to the right all of the Category Items within that Category are displayed.
So a good place to start is to think about who it is you're trying to attract or inform or organize with you app. Let's say you're parent who has kids who compete on a traveling hockey team. You're responsible for organizing the schedule for assigning parent drivers to move players from one event to the next. So you could consider the app as a place where all of the team information is available for parents and players. Furthermore, with zweemie you could chose to assign passwords for each user so that only your team could have access to the app. So back to the contents. Maybe these are some sections you could consider...
Once you have these Categories established, you can then add items to each that contain everything from PDF files, photos, embedded YouTube videos, forms and surveys, text, links and more. You can even put everyones contact information in the Contact & List section of Zweemie and send out text messages and emails. Now your whole team can now become more organized.
The icons used in this example are a few of the 15,000 icons that are available to you within zweemie. Search the library, control the color and place them to make your app all your own.