How to update an existing Flipbook:
It's easy to update and add new content to an existing Flipbook.
1. Click the Flipbook's tab in the side menu
There are two options for accessing the window in which it is possible to update or change the content of a Flipbook.
1. Choose the Flipbook you want to update or change the content in
2. Click Change PDF:
1. It is possible to access the same option by right-clicking the Flipbook for which you wish to change/update content
2. A sub-menu appears. Choose the option to Change PDF
2. In the Change PDF window, click the Choose PDF box.
Or drag a new PDF into this window.
3. When choosing a new PDF from the Media (locate your PDF if you already uploaded it to the Library, otherwise, upload it now. For help on how to do that, go here)
4. Click "Change PDF" and the PDF file will be queued for processing.
5. You can also select these advanced settings (open "Show advanced options"):
From with-in the Show advanced options, you have the following possibilities:
If your PDF contains Hyperlinks or Bookmarks, you have the option to import them, into your Flipbook.
Is your PDF protected by a password? Enter it here.
Do you only want to use, some pages for your Flipbook? Enter a range of pages.
Was your PDF created using a specific color profile? Make sure you keep it, when creating your Flipbook.
Using an Enrichment Automation while you change your PDF.
It is also possible to apply an Enrichment Automation configuration while you change your PDF.
However, in cases where your Flipbook contains enrichments, please note that applying an Enrichment Automation will remove every existing enrichment before, creating new automatic enrichments.
So, if you are looking to keep your enrichments, please consider not using the Enrichment Automation while you change your PDF.
Doing so, will allow you to keep your enrichments.
Therefore, you will see this warning when you apply an Enrichment Automation.
If you want to make an update to your enrichments, please have a look at the Update Enrichments function.
Read more about it, right here: