Dynotags offer a variety of custom “record templates” for your use.
Depending on the physical tag you receive, one of these templates will be initially assigned to the tag – so you can get going quickly. You can switch to another template as you edit the tag, simply by clicking “Template” from the menu and choosing another template to be used by that tag.
- When you receive a Super Pet Tag product, it will have the “Pet” record template pre-assigned to it.
- When you receive a SuperAlert Medical ID product, it will have the “Medical” record template pre-assigned to it.
- When you receive Super Tag ID Stickers or other property tags, they will have the “Item” or “Notepad” template pre-assigned.
As you get more familiar with the extensive capabilities of SuperIDs, you can manage your tags individually and switch the record template used to a different type. For example, you can switch a luggage tag’s tag record template from “Item” to “Internet” and point it to your Facebook Page, LinkedIn page, etc.
Here are some of the tag templates supported by Dynotag Cloud Service. Please note that depending on your physical tag, not all of these templates may be available to you.
To change the Tag Template of tag (assuming you are signed in to your dynotag account and are on the “My Records” screen):
- Click on the tag of interest so you are placed on the “Manage” screen of that tag.
- In the menu, click “Record Type“. In the pop-up selector, click new record template to use.
- You may create a new record or link the tag to an existing record of desired type. If the tag already was linked to another record, you need to unlink the tag first, then link to another record.
- When done, “save” the record
Personal: For your resume, business card, product brochure, flyers, email footer…
Want the flexibility of conveying up-to-date information about yourself, more than a measly couple lines? With a Personal Dynotag, you can keep your title and contact information up to date, even update on the fly as needed!
Impress your colleagues, friends and clients by using a dynotag on your business card. We even explain “how to” in this handy blog article.
Example tag: Philip J. Fry’s Business Card: dynotag.com/a/PhilipFry
Item: For your luggage, laptop or anything you can attach a dynotag to, even your fish tank!
Need help finding your belongings? Add a reward note to your cell phone or laptop tag, even after you’ve lost the item it’s attached to. Note that Lost&Found offices, first responders, security and transportation service staff are required by law to give their best effort to contact you using the information in the tag. A dynotag on your property provides them with that key information.
Pet: For your cat, dog, parakeet, horse or giraffe!
With Dynotag’s SuperPetTag system, this template can work as a complete Pet Record Management System. Add your pet’s basic info such as your contact information and vaccines. Then, use the SuperPetTag functionality to keep your pet’s information organized. If your pet is lost, you can receive an automatic email when the dynotag is viewed by someone. You will also receive the coordinates of the view – when available. In the meantime, update your pet’s information with up-to-date instructions, post a reward, make sure your contact information is accurate…
Example tag: Lassie’s pet tag: dynotag.com/1000-1433
Vehicle “For your car, truck, boat or airplane!
Now you can share information about your vehicle and record important information such as the service history,VIN number, and insurance carrier. You can update the information throughout the lifetime of the vehicle and never worry about keeping paper records again.
Example tag: Jane’s Keychain Tag attached to her car keys: dynotag.com/1000-8912
Event: Up to the minute information for your special event!
Where’s the party? Choose this template to help get the word out about the date, time, and venue and be able to change the information in real time. Attach the dynotag’s web address and QR code to a flyer or invitation, and let people scan it for more information and to get updates about the event.
Example tag: Pleasantville High School Reunion Event: dynotag.com/1036-1905
Internet: Take the viewer directly to your web site, Youtube video or Facebook contact!
Do you want your dynotag to take its viewer directly to your web site? Facebook page? Instagram page? Twitter account?any page on the Internet? This tag template is the one that will help you do that. Change what it points to as often as you want!
Example tag: This dynotag points to dynotag’s Facebook Page at https://facebook.com/dynotag dynotag.com/1036-1926
File: For sharing documents, pictures or just about any file!
Share files easily and securely with dynotag. Upload your resume – or portfolio, for that matter! You can load pictures, music, documents, and the option of using a tag password ensures only authorized users will have access. Receive a notification when the file is accessed! Gold tags allow files up to 50MB, silver tags 4MB.
Example tag: Photo of a young girl wearing a dinotag t-shirt: dynotag.com/1036-1934
Notepad: For sharing documents, pictures or just about any file!
Dynotag Notepad records are the sticky notes of the Internet age…
Share files easily and securely. Upload multiple files, each of which can be password protected. You can load pictures, music, documents, and the option of using a password for each file ensures only authorized users will have access. Gold tags allow files up to 50MB instead of the Silver 4MB.This template differs from the “File Tag” by having a description and not automatically downloading – but presenting the viewer with the basic tag information – plus a list of attached files.
Example tag: dynotag.com/1036-1951
Medical: Critical information is always with you in an emergency situation.
In an emergency situation you may be confused or even unconscious. Having vital information easily accessible to Emergency Response Personnel, Police or Doctors is critical for urgently receiving the correct treatment. You can use this tag to load information of immediate use to first responders. You can password protect the entire tag – or leave it open for easy access but password protect additional files you load into the tag.
Example tag: Young James T. Kirk’s “Amber Alert” level ECI tag.
Note the multiple file attachments. This tag has an alias assigned by its owner for ease of remembering: dynotag.com/a/_Young.Kirk – its can also be accessed via its base tag ID dynotag.com/1004-5409
Asset Tag: Create an asset tracking tag.
Asset tags have the fields typically needed for managing assets. Not all fields need to be used. Typically assigned as the initial tag template for asset tracking sticker products.
Example tag: A digital multimeter owned by the IT department: dynotag.com/1036-1956