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Manage Widgets

Widgets allow you to build custom applications for your businesses right from Qntrl. Qntrl provides a native editor with pre-defined framework and pre-configured plugin-manifest file to build Widgets. You can code, execute, and publish the widgets for your organization from Qntrl.

Add widget

  1. Navigate to  and select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Click Add Widget.
  3. Enter a Widget Name and Description.
  4. Click Save.

The page will be redirected to the code editor. You can start working on your extension right away.
  1. All users with access to Settings will be able to view, edit, and publish widgets.
  2. More than one user can work on the same widget. 

Test widget

Once the widget is built, its functional working can be tested by running it.
  1. Navigate to    and select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Click on the widget to be tested.
  3. In the ensuing code editor, click Run in the top panel.
  4. You will be redirected to a new tab, where the widget's function can be tested.
Note: The 'Enable Developer Mode' button will be automatically enabled while testing the extension.

Publishing the widget

Once the widget is ready to use it can be published.
  1. Navigate to    and  select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Click the Publish button next to the widget to be published.
    1. The page will be navigated to the widget details page.
  3. Verify the Application Name and declare the Visibility of the widget here.
  4. Click Publish

Published widgets can be accessed by all the users in the organization. 

View or edit widget details

Once a widget is published, you can view or edit its details.
  1. Navigate to    and  select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Mouse over a widget name and click  icon.
  3. Select Details from the dropdown.
    1. You can modify the Application Name or Visibility of the widget here.
  4. To save your changes, click Update.

Enable or disable widgets

  1. Navigate to    and  select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Under Widgets tab, mouse over a widget name and  click    icon.
  3. Select Enable/Disable from the dropdown.
    1. If a widget is disabled, it will no longer be displayed for your users. 

Delete widgets

If you no longer require a widget, you can delete it.
  1. Navigate to      and  select Widgets under Advanced.
  2. Mouse over a widget name and  click    icon.
  3. Select Details from the dropdown.
  4. Click Delete.
  5. Confirm your action.

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