Packs are groups of faces. These allow the booking of faces as groups.
Tip: Packs can be used for both static and digital assets.
An example might be a shopping mall. If that mall has 20 billboards these might be grouped as two packs for different sides of the mall if it made booking more efficient.
When searching for available inventory, remember that not all of the available faces may be in packs.
|Transparent||The default is that users can drill into packs and see what faces constitute this pack.|
|Non-Transparent||Some packs are not transparent. Users are not able to identify their faces.|
|Breakable||Breakable packs can have individual faces booked.|
|Non-Breakable||Non-breakable packs that cannot have individual faces booked.|
|Pack of Packs||Broadsign Ayuda clients with very large collections of assets may use nested packs.|
Revenue and expenses are tracked down to the face level, thus, pack revenue is distributed across the pack’s faces.
Facepacks have only single sales markets. Facepacks must link to segments, which support only single sales markets.