Samna Documentation
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Samna Area Documentation

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Customizing Samna Area

Samna Area provides a variety of customization options to align the visual appearance of the application with your organization's branding and preferences.
1. Branding:
Logo: Upload your company logo in a high-resolution format (PNG or SVG).
Colors: Customize the color scheme of the interface, including the background, text, buttons, and icons. You can typically choose from a pre-set palette or enter custom hex codes for specific colors.
Fonts: Select from a list of available fonts or upload your own custom fonts to match your brand identity.
2. Map Customization:
Map Styles: Choose from different map styles (e.g., 2D, Isometric, 3D) or create your own custom styles.
Iconography: Customize the icons used for meeting rooms, points of interest (POIs), and other elements on the map. You can upload your own icons or choose from a library of pre-designed icons.
Labels: Customize the size, color, and style of labels for meeting rooms and POIs.
3. Information Bar Customization:
Layout: Choose the layout of the information bar (e.g., vertical, horizontal, split-screen).
Content: Select the types of content to display (announcements, news feeds, weather, social media, custom content).
Widgets: (Coming soon) Configure and customize widgets to display specific information or data.
4. Additional Customization Options:
Wayfinding: Customize the appearance of wayfinding routes and instructions.
Accessibility Settings: Adjust settings for users with visual impairments or other accessibility needs.
Custom CSS: (Coming soon) For advanced users, you can add custom CSS to further tailor the appearance of Samna Area.
Accessing Customization Settings:
Log in to Samna Portal: Access the Samna Portal as an admin user.
Settings: Navigate to the "Themes" section within the portal.
Explore Options: Experiment with the different customization options to create a unique look and feel for your Samna Area instance.
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