Targets for the Cover Page

An intelligent way to serve (and control) the view of your Cover Page for specific stakeholders

Updated over a week ago

The Cover Page is the first impression of your brand, so it’s essential to differentiate between your different stakeholders (teams, locations, departments,...) and take advantage of the flexibility to provide users with extra information as needed.

To set the target groups in your Frontify environment, we suggest you look at the Targets help article to have the targets available on the Cover Page.

If you still haven’t created your Cover Page, have a look at this Cover Page Article to start building it.

Setting up Targets on the Cover Page

Targets can be applied at a sectional level on your Cover Page; this means that if you wish, each section of the page can have different target audiences.  

To set this up, set your Cover Page on edit mode (cmd+e) and go to the section you wish to target. When you hover over the section you will find a toolbar with the setting cogwheel to configure the section, along with a cut and delete option. 

Click on the cogwheel, a panel will appear, and head to the Visibility section where you will have the option to set it to “All Viewers” or “Targeted.”

Simulate Different Views for Users

Once you have applied desired targets to the Cover Page, you can now simulate them; meaning you will be able to check how a specific target group will see the Cover Page. 

Jump over to your Cover Page click on the Targets icon on the Power Bar. 

A side panel will appear with two tabs to choose from: “Simulate targets” and “Simulate users.” In this case, stay on the Simulate targets tab. 

You can either start the simulation for All Viewers or the Target set. Just select a target group and click on “Start Simulation.” The page should reload to show the Cover Page as seen from the desired target. 

Once you have finished with your simulation, go back to the Targets icon on the Power Bar and click on “Stop Simulation,” and go back to the original view of the Cover Page.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information. 

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