Venus 1500: Removing in Scheduled Mode
How Do I Remove A Message in Scheduled Playlist Mode?
This tutorial provides instruction on how to remove a message that is currently playing on your LED display. This process is different depending on the mode in which you are scheduling. Please follow these instructions if you are using Scheduled Playlist Mode that shows your schedule in a calendar format.
In this episode, we're going to look at how to remove a presentation or playlist from the display when set to scheduled playlist mode. If you've created a playlist with multiple presentations in it, or even a playlist with only one presentation but find you need to make a few changes. The process is pretty simple. Begin by clicking the scheduled tab at the top of the screen. Here I can see the two playlists that are currently scheduled on my display.
I just need to make a change to the January Specials playlist, so I'll double click it to open the playlist editor window. So for this example, let's say I'm no longer offering the snacks that I've been advertising on special so I need to remove that from the display. I'm just going to highlight that presentation and then click the minus (-) sign. That will remove it from the playlist.
If you need to make any other adjustments to the dates and times that this playlist is scheduled for, or to the reoccurrence, you can also do that. Mine is ok the way it is, so I'm going to click OK. I don't need to make any adjustments to the Time and Date presentation. Now for these changes to take effect, I need to republish the playlist. That way the new playlist with the changes will overwrite the existing playlist on the display. So I'll just click the Publish button. It will ask if you want to overwrite the existing one. In this case I do, so I'll click Yes. Now it will send that out to the display. If I click my Home tab, I can see that just the Time and Date and January Soda Specials is what's running on the display. The Snacks presentation has been removed and will not be playing on the display for the rest of January.