All Ubidots accounts includes an end-user Application by default. This enables businesses to develop and deploy their IoT solution on top of Ubidots while hiding Ubidots behind scenes.
The main purpose of this guide is to show how users can change the settings of the end-user Application to point to their own company information.
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Configure your Ubidots Application Settings
1. Configure your Ubidots Application Settings
Application settings is divided into 2: App info and Locale settings:
1. App info:
– Name: The Application name that will visible in the browser tab.
– App Label: The label of the App. This field should be left untouched
– App Type: Apps can be either White- or Grey-label
– White label: Ability to completely brand and customize your IoT application: look and feel, domain and “From” Email address.
– Gray label: Allows only look and feel customization. Domain and “From” Email address isn’t possible. Also the message "Powered by Ubidots" will appear in you application login page, dashboards and widgets.
– Login screen message: The Application or company description. This will be shown in the login portal.
– Google Analytics Tracking Code: Enter your Google Analytics Tracking Code in case you have one to allow Google to quickly scan data on each page of your Application and send it back to your Analytics report. Otherwise you can leave this field empty.
– Hide app from search engines: If you don't want the Application to be found by search engines, enable this option.
– Company website URL: Enter your company's website URL where the user will be redirect when clicking the App's logo.
– Terms of service URL: Enter your company’s Terms of service URL, if any
– Language: Default language of the Application. Available languages are Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. If the language you need is not listed reach out to our team or consider contributing to Ubidots localization
– Time zone: Default timezone to display date and time across the application
– Number Format: Default number format to display thousands and decimal places separators
– Decimal places: The number of decimals to be shown across the platform.