As part of Turtl Doc personalization, you can set up your Surf page images or videos to be personalized. This means that users can change the imagery in your Doc simply using the personalization form. Let’s take a look at how it’s done.

Note: This feature is available for personalization customers only. If you’re interested in getting personalization set up on your account, reach out to your CSM or contact support@turtl.co.

Step 1: Create your token

In the editor, navigate to your chosen Surf page. In the settings panel, click on the three dots menu under the ‘media’ section:

Enter a personalization token for the Surf page image into the box, and click ‘Done’:

Note: Every Surf page, including the back cover, can be set up for Surf page image personalization.

Step 2: Add your token to the personalization form

Build your personalization form by clicking on the three dots in the top right corner of your screen and choose “Build personalization form.”

Create either an ‘Input’ or ‘File’ form field and input your image personalization token from step 1:

An Input field enables personalizers to enter a URL from an image or video hosted online (provided they are publicly accessible).

A File field allows personalizers to upload an image or video from their computer.

Note: Surf pages images can only be personalized with other images, and Surf page videos can only be personalized with other videos. If you have any questions, reach out to your CSM or support@turtl.co.

Step 3: Personalize!

Success - your personalized Surf page image is now set up! Personalizers can now use the personalization form to change the image or video on the Surf pages in the Doc. To try it for yourself, exit the editor, open your document, click the three dots in the top right-hand corner, and select ‘Personalize’.

Note: Image and video upload does not work with public personalisation forms.

Read our guides below to learn more about personalisation:

https://support.turtl.co/en/articles/5074233-personalization-set-up

https://support.turtl.co/en/articles/5074259-types-of-personalization

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