You need to activate your Brand to make the Brand and its Collections visible to the app’s users. While in Draft state, the Brand is not visible in the mobile app.
Several conditions must be met before you can activate a Brand:
- The Brand’s profile should be filled, including the Brand name, Brand Unique ID and contact information
- At least one Collection with a minimum of three Products should be created
- At least one POS should be created
- The Brand should have an active subscription (either Scroble Hero or Scroble Star and not a Scroble Pioneer)
To activate a Brand, from the Brand profile page, click the Activate Profile button.
If all the conditions described above are met, the Brand is activated.
Once activated, the Brand cannot change its state to Draft ever again.
There are three reasons your Brand might be deactivated: You have cancelled your Brand subscription. You have deleted the Company. Your subscription payment has failed. When the Brand’s state changes to Deactivated, all the previously active ...
Customise your Brand page in Scroble to make it attractive and memorable for users The My Brand page is available to the Account Owner and Brand Managers. To begin, click on the My Brand section to complete your Brand Profile with different branded ...
Changing Brand's Plan
To change your subscription plan from one to another, click the Choose Plan button for your desired Scroble plan. Scroble will compare the number of Distribution points, Users, active Collections, Lookbooks and Products with the limits for the new ...
Set up an account and add information about your Company and Brand to Scroble to quickly get started If you are new to Scroble and want a quick overview of what it’s all about, this tutorial is for you. Step 1. Registration If you are not registered ...
The Products section is dedicated to your Products and Collections, where you can manage and create new Collections, edit your Collections, add Lookbooks related to your Collections, create new Products and complete the pages of your Collections’ ...