|Woman wearing a UserWay shirt is speaking, her video is in a small box in the left corner of the screen. This box remains throughout the video.
A website appears in the main screen showing a site with the title “Presidio of San Francisco.” On the website is the image of several iconic San Francisco homes.
|In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to enable or disable UserWay widget on mobile devices.
|The image does not change.
|So on your site click on the widget.
|A cursor appears with a yellow circle around it. The cursor moves to the UserWay widget icon in the top-right corner of the screen and clicks. The UserWay widget features menu opens.
|And then click on ‘Manage’ to access widget settings.
|The cursor moves down the widget menu to the ‘Manage’ link and clicks.
|Then scroll a bit down and find mobile settings.
|The widget settings menu opens. The cursor scrolls down to the ‘Mobile Settings’ link and hovers over it.
|Let’s click on it.
|The cursor clicks on the ‘Mobile Settings’ link.
|Right now the widget is enabled on mobile devices.
|The mobile settings menu appears. A toggle button appears next to text that reads “Enable the widget on mobile devices.” The toggle is green indicating that the widget is enabled.
|And if you want to disable it just click on the button.
|The cursor moves to the green button and clicks it so it is no longer green.
|And if you want to enable the widget back again, just click on the button and you’re done.
|The cursor clicks the button again and it turns green.
|To learn how to customize your widget’s look and feel, enable white label, agency mode, and other upgrades check out the links in the description below.
|The website fades away and the woman speaking becomes the main image.
|Also, don’t forget to subscribe!
|The woman finishes speaking and the video fades to black.