You use the detail template to display more information and actions about a single item, such as a person, place, product, thing, or event. The overall layout contains an image on one side and text content on the other. This format shows more information on-screen with a short voice synopsis.
Detail templates contain the following elements, which are numbered to correspond to the screenshot that follows:
Includes a title, navigation, and attribution.
2. Primary text
Top-level information, such as the name of a movie, recipe, contact, or location.
3. Secondary text
Additional details about the item.
Actions the user can take.
Photos or artwork of contacts, restaurants, recipes, or movies.
6. Image text
Captioned information about the image.
The following screenshot shows the location of the six elements in the template.
You have four detail templates to choose from:
You can use the generic detail template for a wide range of items. You can provide optional body text for greater detail, if needed.
The movies and TV detail template provides more information about movies, TV series, releases, and show times. You can use metadata to display content ratings and other details, such as plot, director, and actors. You have the option to add body text to provide a longer summary.
Buttons can trigger an action to play a video, add to watch list, or display movie show times.
Use the location detail template to provide information about a place, such as a business or restaurant. The template includes the address and ratings components.
Buttons can trigger an action to make a phone call or get directions.
The recipe detail template provides recipe information, including a list of ingredients and ratings. The template also includes a jumping off point for step-by-step directions in a list format with ordinal numbers.
Buttons can trigger an action to add ingredients to a shopping list or save a recipe.