Automated Push can be configured for delivery based on user’s in-app behaviors or app’s status. Publishers can send Push Notification to users triggered by certain events. Moreover, by using Automated Push, we can reduce errors might occur during repetitive registration of push notification.
You can set the trigger event by using one of the following options – Installation days, Dormant Period, Number of Payments, and Total Payments – or the combination of more than two of those options.
|Installation days||Find users according to the installation days, which means how many days are passed since the installation.||Users who installed the app 1 days ago|
|Dormant Period||Find users according to the dormant period, which means how many days are passed since the last launch of the app.||Users who have not launched app for the last 5~7 days|
|Number of Purchases||Find users according to the number of purchases for entire period.||Users who have purchased 1~2 times|
|Total Payments||Find users according to their total spend. The currency follows the app setting.||Users who have purchased 50 ~ 100 USD|
You can use multiple options at the same time.
Example for multiple options are like below:
You can set the schedule for the dispatch. We offer repeat options for Monthly/Weekly/Daily. Dispatch time follows the app’s timezone setting.
You can send push notification at the certain date and time, every n months(n >= 1). For example, you may set like below, if you want to send at 2pm of every 1st and 15th.
You can send push notification at the certain day and time, every n weeks(n >= 1). For example, you may set like below, if you want to send at 2pm of every Monday and Wednesday. By using 2 instead of 1, you can send biweekly.
You can send push notification at the certain time, every n days(n >= 1). For example, you may set like below, if you want to send at 2pm every 3 days.