How to :: use the assets menu


Simply drop the assets you want to use in the upload assets interface.

The name given to the asset corresponds to the filename without the extension.

You can update an asset by dropping a new file on an existing asset. The asset name will not change. If you want to change the asset name, simply create a new one.

Only the following file formats are allowed:

  • .jpeg
  • .png
  • .gif
  • .pdf
  • .js (to use as customJS in the front config).

Identity Assets

Some assets names are dedicated to a specific use and have a default value, they are the identity assets:

  • Home background image: home background image (2048x1356 px, filename: bg-1.png)
  • App Store Thumbnail: the thumbnail image used in the app store. By default, the same as the home background (2048x1356 px, filename: thumbnail.png)
  • Home Logo: main brand icon used in the header for dashboard views (270x67 px, filename: logo-brand-header@2x.png)
  • Menu Logo: secondary brand icon used in the header for slide views (152x152 px, filename: logo-brand-small@2x.png)
  • Mobile Icon: iOS and Android icon (152x152 px, filename: icon152x152.png)
  • (Deprecated: Background report selector: report selector background image (should be the same as bg-1) (2048x1356 px, filename: bg-report-selector.png)
Identity Assets

Identity Assets

Update them to brand your small app.

App background

You can select any asset as your application background, just type in the name of your asset :


By default the Home background image asset will be used. In previous versions of the app, this image was named bg-1. We renamed it in the interface for clarity.

If you want to choose a different image for the thumbnail preview on the app store, change the asset named App Store Thumbnail.

Identity Assets

Identity Assets