Edit Hotspot

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To edit the settings on your hotspot first you need to go to the hotspots list. Click on Network>Hotspot Edit the hotspot of your choice.

The edit hotspot page gives you access to control the features desired for your hotspot.

Splash Page Selector-
Guest Flow or Splash Page: select between using a guest flow or a splash page.
Splash Page / Guest List: select the splash page or guest flow intended for use with this hotspot.
Login Details-
Type of Login: select the desired options for guests to login.

  • Simple: Simple “connect” button – will only collect the MAC address.
  • Email: The guest will only be able to login using an email address.
  • Social:  The guest will be able to login using any of the social login methods turned “On” for the hotspot if it’s assigned splash page contains the button. If a login method is turned “Off” the button will not be loaded for guests even if it is on the splash page. Be sure to also check the options button for each of the login methods for additional marketing benefits.
      • Facebook Options
        • Facebook Like URL- Enter a Facebook URL to insert an interstitial ‘like page’ into the login process for Guests who use Facebook.
          Twitter Options
      • LinkedIn
      • Twitter Options
        • Twitter Handle- Allows you to configure add an Twitter handle to the end of Smart Twitter campaigns based on the hotspot location.
      • Email Options
        • First Name
        • Last Name
        • Birthdate
        • Gender

    • SMS Options
      • SMS Required:  After a guest authenticates using their preferred social login method, they will be required to take an additional step and submit their telephone number and then enter a code sent to their phone via SMS. If you enable Require SMS, SMS will no longer be available as a social connection.
      • Verification Expiration: The length the mobile number used on a guest profile is considered valid for. After this amount of time the guest will be required to complete the SMS login process again.
      • Verification Text: This is the actual text message that will be delivered to guests during the 2FA SMS process. Using the {$code} key to place the generated code in the message where you like.
      • Verification Instructions: This will be displayed above the ‘Enter Mobile Number’ field on the first page of the SMS 2FA process.
    • Guest Plans Options
      • Pay with Credit Card Text: This is the text that will be displayed to guests after they’ve selected a guest plan to purchase if a credit card payment processor has been configured.
      • Pay with Paypal Text: This is the text that will be displayed to guests after they’ve selected a guest plan to purchase if Paypal payment processor has been configured.
      • Guest Plans (Required): Enable this toggle to require guests to submit the Access Code for the hotspot after completing a standard social sign on(Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/Email/SMS).
    • Access Code Options
      • Access Code (Required): Enable this toggle to require guests to submit the Access Code for the hotspot after completing a standard social sign on(Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/Email/SMS).

Enable Opt-Out Login: Allows guests to connect to the hotspot without using the offered social logins. The device MAC address will be used in the guest profile instead of social login information.

Consent Box: Requires guests to accept a pop up notification containing the defined text before they can connect to the hotspot.

Require Terms & Conditions: Requires guests to accept a pop up notification containing the defined text before they can connect to the hotspot.

Scheduler: Please see the Hotspot Scheduler article.

Session Details-

Profile: The Session Profile currently selected for this hotspot.

Append Guest Token: Toggle to enable including the Guest Token to your redirect URL.

Redirect URL: Enter where you would like guests to be sent after connecting through your splash page.

Gender Redirect URL (male): Enter where you would like guests who share their male gender status during login to be sent after connecting through your splash page.

Gender Redirect URL (female): Enter where you would like guests who share their female gender status during login to be sent after connecting through your splash page.

Birthday Redirect: Enter where you would like guests who share their birthdate during login and their birthday is today.

Updated on August 10, 2021

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