Inside the settings several options can be set. You find them in the map menu on the right hand side of your map name.
Let's you switch between navigation types path, guidebot and visually impaired. See "Navigation Types" for more information.
The second tab lets you add, remove, activate as well as deactivate languages and change the default language.
Here you can organise your tags. Toggle the quicklink option to make that tag available as a button below the search bar. You can also assign them icons for the most common ones.
With the Live Tracking enabled in the Map Settings. You will be able to see the position, movement and orientation of all users currently using your app. They will be displayed in the admin interface on the scan as blue arrow.
POI Data API
With the POI Data API you can fill the content of a POI automatically with resources of an external database. Enter the link to an API providing the data in a JSON syntax in the Map settings and name the POI as specified with.
Enter this URL in the POI Data API field and try it out by naming a POI "39244"
POI Update API
Simillar to the the POI Data API you can enter an API URL which should receive POI Updates.
In OCR Settings you can set the type of the OCR filter and put in the rule. See "OCR" for more information.
Activate the recording of tracking and/or FPS drops to be displayed in the viewport.
Occlusion Determines wether or not all virtual objects should be hidden behind real walls or not. This includes AR labels, navigation paths and 3D objects.
POI Visibility Toggles wether or not AR Labels should be hidden during an active navigation.
Password Protection Lets you secure your Map.
Search Expanded Start the app with the search menu already open.
Tour Obstruction Warnings Show warnings in the app if parts of a tour potentially cannot be reached.
POI Activation Settings Set global standards for the activation radius of your POIs. The POIs can still have individual settings.