01 Jul 2015 / by Ryan Gushue / in Product
Digital Menu Board App Now Available in the Enplug App Market
With the DSMenu app for Enplug, you can create engaging menu boards using DSMenu’s design dashboard, and play them on any Enplug display. Changes and edits made within your design dashboard can be easily updated so that your display has the latest and greatest version of your menu.
DSMenu example template
Within the DSMenu dashboard, you can either create a menu from scratch, or choose from a growing selection of 100+ menu design templates to get you started. Menu boards can be both created and displayed in portrait (below) or landscape orientation.
Menu designs available in portrait orientation
The DSMenu dashboard offers a variety of tools for you to create and edit your menu templates, including:
- Searchable content libraries packed with free photos and icons
- Graphics import for uploading images (e.g. restaurant logo)
- Editable fields for including text
- Menu listing columns to easily add new items and prices
DSMenu dashboard for creating a menu
With all of the easy-to-use features DSMenu has to offer, it’s never been easier to create a stunning menu design for your restaurant. And with prices and promotions constantly changing, being able to instantly update your menu is a must.
To enable the DSMenu app onto your Enplug display, visit the Enplug App Market.
To learn more about using Enplug in your business, request a demo.
Enplug digital signage software was co-founded by CEO Nanxi Liu and CTO Tina Denuit-Wojcik in 2012 to enable organizations to use customized real-time streaming content to create engaging external and internal communications.
About Enplug Digital Signage Software
Enplug digital signage makes it simple for businesses to create and share compelling visual content for their marketing and employee communications. Our software powers content on thousands of TVs worldwide with news feeds, social media walls, sports scores, employee leaderboards, graphics, and videos. Enplug was founded in 2012 in Los Angeles, California.