Over 7 years ago we created the Classic Editor. It served thousands of customers well in that time, but in the past 2 years the technology the Classic Editor uses has become harder to maintain and more unstable. Further, we’ve started to see reliability problems with Marketwalls that were built in that time and the visual design of them has become dated.
These factors led us to spend the last 6 months creating a new product called the Template Editor and a variety of new Marketwall templates. Both are built with the latest web technology and are more reliable. The Template Editor makes it easy for you to change what stocks are shown on your display and the Marketwall templates have an updated visual design that will resonate with today's students.
We know technology upgrades can be frustrating, we’ve been there, so we want to make this as effortless for you as possible! How are we going to do that?
All Marketwall upgrades will be free and will use the simple process below. If at any point in time you have a question you can reach out to your CS rep who will be able to help you.
1. Review the template options and then let your Customer Success Rep know if you’d like full screen or zoned templates.
2. We’ll brand the templates with your logo and colors.
3. When the templates are ready we’ll reach out and schedule everything to your display.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I request specific data?
You can request specific data, for example if you are a Canadian school and would prefer Canadian bonds to US Treasuries we can add them. We will do our best to meet your request but there is some data we don’t have access too.
Can I show my student fund or watchlist?
If you’d like us to add the holdings of your student managed fund to the template when we build it we’ll need an Excel or Google spreadsheet that includes the name and symbol of all your holdings.
How do the templates work?
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Each Presentation will play full screen in a playlist
World News will cycle through top stories from Reuters