To access the networks setting- click on the Settings Gear Icon>>Configuration in the upper right section of your Dashboard. After that, you can easily access Appearance, Profile, API, Billing Section and SMTP Panel as per your need.
The dashboard can be customized by clicking on Customize Widgets Button, you can Add or Remove the widget from the panel.
Select all those widgets you want to add on to your dashboard and click on Submit button.
Name: This the name of the account holder of the panel which would appear on the right top of the panel.
Phone: Phone number of the profile holder.
Currency: Change the default Currency of the network from the Currency section. Revenue and payout are always in the same currency. Once you select the currency for the network, the currency symbols for revenue and payout will change accordingly. Publishers and advertisers will also see this currency if they didn’t set their default currency.
Time-Zone: Select the Time Zone you wish to use to time stamp all statistics within your network. If you change your time zone at a later date, there may be overlap or gaps in reporting because previous data has already been time stamped with the previous time zone setting.
To add new team member in your account- just follow the given path: Setting>Team members> Add new member.
Name: This is the name that will be associated with your network. Advertisers and Publishers will see this as their company/network name. This name is displayed throughout the application, including all emails, notifications, and in the header.
Custom Network Domain/Sub-Domain: This allows you to host your publisher network on a custom domain. Example: app.yourcompany.com. Before you update the custom application domain setting, you will need to update the DNS for the domain.To update the DNS follow this article.
Global Fallback Link: Sometimes due to improper setting or actions your tracking URL doesn’t work. By setting the Global Fallback Link you can redirect that tracking link to that Global Fallback Link. Following are the cases when vNative redirects to the fallback link.
- Tracking domain didn’t work due to the DNS settings or inactive domain will get redirected to fallback link,
- If an Publisher exceeded the caps and limits set by you then their links will get redirected to the fallback link,
- Blocked Publisher account will redirect to the fallback link,
- Link of deactivated campaigns redirect to the fallback link.
Support Email: Whenever the publishers or advertiser register on the network then they will receive the mail from this email Id.
Widgets: These are for adding some more functioning in the network. If you want to add some more feature in the network then you can add widgets by selecting the widgets from the widgets section.You can use two types of widgets in vNative.
- Top 10 Ads: After activating this widget you can see top 10 performing campaigns in your publisher network.
- Top 10 Publishers: Using this widget you can see the top 10 performing publishers of your network.
Terms and conditions: If you have some terms and condition joining this network then you can add them to the terms and conditions column.
Login Logo: In this, you can add company/network logo. Publishers and Advertisers will see this as your company/network logo.
Header Logo: In this, you can add logo/image which would be shown to the Publishers and Advertisers on the top left of the dashboard.
Referral System: You can enable and disable the referral program, which you are running for the different Publishers.
White Label: To enable/disable the white-label domain of your network. You can control with this option.
2-way API: To enable/disable the 2-way API of your network.Operate from this option.
Tracking Domain: To increase/decrease the use of no. of domains, you can operate from this option.
To automate the billing process for the publisher you can set the automatically generated invoices by clicking on Billing Invoice.
To set the auto generated Invoices click on Publisher from left side menu bar then click on Invoices & payments then, click on Auto Generate Invoices
You can enable/disable this functioning by selecting yes/no from the very form drop down
Invoice Frequency: With this option, you can set the number of days to which the invoice of the publisher created automatically.
Minimum Invoice Payments: This is to specify the threshold of the payment amount for creating the invoice of the publishers. The invoice amount which exceeds the minimum invoice payments amount will be created of the
Payment Types: This option allows you to update the payment option through which you can pay publishers. Publishers will only be allowed to update their account details to selected payment types from this section of the network dashboard. Contact your account manager if you don’t find your favorable payment option in the payment types.
Day of the Week: Select the day on which you want to generate the invoice.
Offset : No of days to look past. Eg: Monthly invoice will be generated for 1st of last month 30th/31st of last month. If Offset -> 10 then start -> 1st of last month – 10 days and respectively.
- Advertisers :
This option is to update your payment details through which advertisers will pay you. This would be shown to advertisers in billing and payment section. To check the advertisers billing go to Advertisers then click on Invoices & Payments.
Publisher & Advertiser Registration Form
To fill the Custom fields of either Advertiser or Publisher account, tap on the Custom field section in Setting Menu. Then, you can add your credentials in the Form easily.
To know how to add the field in the form click here.
If you want to send your network user the mail via the network then you have to set the SMTP setting in the network dashboard. Every vNative instance is required to have valid Email Settings. vNative does not provide you with an Email Server, so it is very important to set one up before using vNative.
SMTP Server: Enter your mail/SMTP server IP or domain.
SMTP “From” Email Address: For all emails sent from vNative, this will appear as the ‘from’ email address (unless overridden in specific email templates).
SMTP Server “From” Name: For all emails sent from vNative, this will appear as the sender’s name.
SMTP Username: If required, enter mail server username here.
SMTP Password: If required, enter mail server password here.
Port Number: Enter mail server port number here (Default: 25).
Security Type: Enable this option if your mail server required transmission via SSL/TLS or STARTTLS.
Using vNative software, API allows network owners to manage all aspects of their networks programmatically and outside of the application itself.
If your consumption of events increases and you want to upgrade the account to the bigger plan. Then you can upgrade your plan to the bigger plan by clicking on the selected plan or you can contact your account manager.
If you are facing any problem while changing the setting of the network either contact your account manager or shoot the mail to email@example.com.