Push Permission Campaign Edit Page Overview

Create, edit and personalize your push permissions.

Through Push Permission you can get the authorization you need to send a notification to your visitors. This campaign is designed to tell why your users should allow the notifications.

  1. Push Title: Specifies the title of the notification to be displayed.
  2. Push Description: Specifies the description of the notification to be displayed.
  3. Logo URL: Specifies the image of the notification to be sent.
  4. Position: You can edit the widget’s alignment position.
    • Vertical Align: Vertically aligns the campaign on top, middle or bottom of the page.
    • Horizontal Align: Horizontally aligns the campaign left, center or right on the page.
  5. Later Button: Customizable text button of later/reject the notifications.
  6. Allow Button: Customizable text button of allowing the notifications.
  7. Timing & Frequency: You can edit the timing and frequency of when the email collection widget will come up.

Timing: Indicates the display timing of the popup.

  • Immediate: The campaign runs immediately without waiting.
  • Delay: The campaign will run after the specified number of seconds.
  • Scroll: The campaign will run after the specified scroll ratio on the page is achieved.
  • Visitor Leaving Page: The campaign will run while the visitor is leaving the page.
  • Interaction: The campaign will run when visitor interacts with the page.

Frequency: Indicates the working frequency of the campaign.

  • Always: Campaign runs continuously without any rules.
  • Session: Campaign runs a specified number of times within a user session.
  • Lifetime: Campaign runs a specified number of times within its lifetime.
  • Days: Campaign runs a specified number of times within a day.
  1. Campaign Subject: You can write a subject to the campaign which visitors can’t see. It is Only used to point the campaign name, it is mostly similar to the algorithm of the campaign.
  2. Start -End Date: States the campaign’s beginning and ending dates.
  3. Device Types: States the device that the campaign is displayed in.
    • Web: Indicates that the campaign is active only in desktop devices.
    • Mobile: Indicates that the campaign is active only in mobile devices.
    • Android: Indicates that the campaign is active only in Android App devices.
    • iOS: Indicates that the campaign is active only in iOS App devices.
  4. Publish Campaign:
    • Go Test: Converts the campaigns’ status from live to test. Test status campaigns are not displayed to your visitors. They are only displayed to you when Segmentify Test Mode is active. (You could activate it via this plugin)
    • Go Live: Converts the campaigns’ status from test to live.