Did you know that you can let your users make predictions on your website? Betting is betting: no matter on what subject. It can refer to games, politics or anything else. This is why we’ve made it possible to make predictions on your SpringBuilder website. In this article we will guide you through this process.

Well, you have two options while enabling predictions. 

First comes Predictions list element. To add the element just drag and drop it from the Elements Section to the Crafting Area. Here and now, you can move to editing simply by clicking on it and choosing the desired option from the ‘Predictions List Settings’.

You have a couple of options to choose from. You can order the predictions by newly added or expiring ones. Consider the number of Predictions per page and per row, determine Vertical and Horizontal Padding and customize ‘Load More’ button. Don’t forget to hit ‘Save’ to keep the changes.

Let’s work on the style of the element by clicking on ‘Edit Styles’. Choose the color of Title, Content and End Date, as well as Font Family, Size and Weight for each component. You can also change Letter Spacing, Label Distance and Label Type into default, uppercase, lowercase or capitalize. 

To change the alignment of the element, select Align to Top/Align to Center/Align to Bottom. 

Don't miss the Visibility Settings either making it visible on desktop, mobile or both, and pick the location and IP address to show/hide.

To remove the Element, click on it and choose the ‘Trash’ option. 

Easy as that!

Time to consider the second option for Predictions.

As you may know, in your SpringBuilder website you can add articles using our Article App from your Dashboard. When you edit any article, you can enable predictions from the right column of the Article Management. All you need to do is to switch on/off the Claim and all set.

Now let’s see the result in the Public mode of your website. In order to make a prediction, your users should Sign in in the first place, then select an article on your website, click on ‘Create a prediction’ in the bottom of an article, write down title and description and hit ‘Create a prediction’. That’s it!

As you're reading this, our enthusiastic team is already working on implementing new features of the element, so stay tuned! 

If you have any suggestions you'd love to see, feel free to let us know via Live Chat!

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