After you upload your PDF or create your flipbook from scratch, you can make it interactive by adding customizable tags. In order to add a tag, while in your editor, go to the Interactions tab and click on Tag.

This are extremely useful as you can position them anywhere on the flipbook and add a description text and URL. A great way to use tags is if you have a digital presentation book or or catalog and you want your readers to have more information regarding different items presented in the flipbook. You can even link them to a website where your readers can buy the presented items or gather more information on them.
Important: tags will always have a glowing effect as to catch the eye of the reader.

You can customize your tags to match the design of your flipbook by changing their color, opacity, description text and URL.

Below you can see an example of tags in action, when clicked on them.

To read more about tags, click here.

Besides tags, you can also make your flipbook interactive by adding captions.
Captions are static icons that you can place anywhere on your flipbook that, when clicked, they expand providing a description regarding an item from your page. In order to add a caption, while in your editor, go to the Interactions tab and click on Caption.

You'll notice there are two caption options. While they both have the same exact functionality, one provides a square caption icon while the other provides a round caption icon.

As with tags, you can customize your captions by changing their color, opacity, description text, URL. On top of that, you can also select your preferred font and font size for your text description.

Another great thing about tags and captions is the fact that you can actually embed video in the text box using iframe embed codes. Check out below an example of how an embedded video looks like in a tag.

To see tags and captions in action in a flipbook, click here.

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