This document is an extension of Web Push channel configuration. Please ensure the following before proceeding:
Once you've set up 2-step Web Push opt-in, your users' subscription experience will be similar to the visual below:
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As shown above, here are a few mandatory steps to enable 2-step opt-in for your users:
When you switch the Web Push toggle on, you will notice that 2-step opt-in is selected by default with a pre-filled Sub-Domain, based on your project's name in WebEngage. It can be changed to any sub-domain name you like.
(Badge is applicable only to Chrome v56+ x Android v6+)
Step 1: Upload your site icon. It'll be shown in all your Web Push Notifications by default.
- You can always choose to add a dynamically personalized icon while creating the campaign. (Step-by-step guide)
Step2: Upload custom site badge to replace Chrome's logo in Web Push Notifications that are delivered to Chrome x Android users. Or you could add it while creating the Web Push campaign.
- A few guidelines for uploading the badge:
- The badge must be monochrome as the OS-browser does not support RGB colors.
- We recommend a width:height ratio of 1:1 with the ideal image size being 72px by 72px.
- Please upload the image in .png, .gif, .webp, .ico, .cur, .bmp formats only, in a file size not exceeding 1MB.
Web Push Opt-in has been set up for your account! You can now start creating Web Push campaigns for all your subscribers.
By default, the WebEngage On-site Notification that initiates Web Push opt-in for a user is shown on the bottom left of their screen as a bell prompt. You can choose to configure its message, position, and look and feel through this section.
Here's how you can go about it:
Step 1: Customize the notification position by selecting an option from the field, Position.
Step 2: Add a custom message for the prompt in the field, Message.
Step 3: Change the Allow Button Text to something more warm and friendly.
Step 4: Change the Don't Allow Button Text to something less dismissive.
Step 5: Customize the prompt's background and text as per your brand guidelines through the fields, Background Color, and Text Color, respectively.
Step 6 (Important): Determine what happens if a user clicks the Don't Allow Button. (By default, we will continue to them the opt-in prompt each time they visit your website or specified webpage/s.)
The following options can be selected here:
Never show opt-in prompt again
Show opt-in prompt in a new session
Show opt-in prompt after a time delay of
Continue to show opt-in prompt
By default, the Onsite Notification prompt is shown to all users as soon as they start their session on any webpage. It's shown each time an unsubscribed user re-visits your site.
Using this section, you can modify the default settings by specifying:
- The type of users that must be engaged with the prompt. (How it works)
- The page(s) on which it must be displayed (Where). (How it works)
- The context (When) in which a user must be shown the opt-in prompt. (How it works)
Here's how you can configure it:
By default, the Web Push opt-in prompt is shown to all your users. However, you can choose to narrow down the target audience by specifying a segment that you'd like to target with the prompts.
- As shown above, you can select a segment from the dropdown.
- This setting can be changed anytime you like and will not affect the existing list of subscribers.
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Select All Pages to show the opt-in prompt as soon as a user lands on a webpage
Select Specific Page to selectively curate only those users as subscribers who visit certain pages of your website (How to define)
Select Event Occurrence to selectively curate only those users as subscribers who perform certain actions on your website (How to define)
Selecting this option enables you to show the Web Push opt-in prompt only on select pages of your site like product review pages, order tracking pages, recommendation pages and so on.
Step 1: Add Page URL
Step 2: Combine Multiple URLs with AND/OR Logic
Click the Add Rule Button to specify multiple pages and combine the URLs by the AND/OR Logic.
How It Works: Combining Page URLs by AND/OR Logic
AND: Implies that only those users will be shown the Web Push opt-in prompt who have visited all the defined URLs (helping you narrow down the target audience).
OR: Implies that all users who visit either of the defined URLs will be shown the Web Push opt-in prompt (helping you widen the target audience).
Please ensure that you have a robust understanding of Events and Event Attributes before proceeding. Doing so will help you understand this section, better.
Selecting this option enables you to show the opt-in prompt whenever an event happens eg. whenever the user purchases something when he is likely to subscribe to your notifications given that a successful transaction has taken place.
Step 1: Select Event
Step 2: Define Scope of Occurrence by Adding Event Attribute Filters
You can further define the scope of occurrence of the Event by adding Event Attribute filters to it.
- Click the filter icon to select Event Attributes.
- Multiple Event Attributes can be combined by the AND/OR Logic.
How It Works: Combining Event Attribute Filters by AND/OR Logic
AND: Implies that the Web Push opt-in prompt will be shown only to those users who perform the Event in the context of all the Event Attributes. (Helps you narrow down the target audience)
OR: Implies that the Web Push opt-in prompt will be shown to all users who perform the Event in the context of any one of the Event Attributes. (Helps you widen the target audience)
Step 3: Click Add Event to Specify More Events
Add Time Delay: You can choose to delay the appearance of the opt-in prompt by a few seconds after a user lands on a webpage. As highlighted above, specify the duration and you're good to go!
Define Scroll %: You can choose to contextually show the Web Push opt-in prompt to users only if they've scrolled through a certain percentage of your webpage.
This is a great way to capitalize on user intent and show the opt-in prompt to only high-intent users (as they've expressed interest by scrolling down to a specific section of the webpage).
As highlighted above, specify the percentage and you're good to go!
Define 'Maximum Times' Message Can Be Shown: Nudging a user to opt-in until they half-heartedly give in, or abandon your website completely is not the best strategy. This is why you can set an upper cap on the number of times a user can be shown the prompt in a session.
- As highlighted above, specify the upper cap and you're all set!
Once a user clicks the Allow Button on the WebEngage On-site Notification, they are asked to confirm their subscription through a Native Browser Prompt that's shown in a new window.
As shown above, you can choose to copy the message that is shown in the WebEngage On-site Notification prompt, here. Or you could craft a brand new one. Here's how you can customize it:
Step 1: Add your Message.
Step 2: Upload an Icon (warm, friendly and welcoming image recommended!)
Step 3: Customize the background and text color as per your brand guidelines through the fields, Background Color, and Text Color, respectively.
By default, no subscription acknowledgment is sent to users once they've opted-in to your channel. Using this section, you can set up a custom notification to welcome users to your subscribers' community. Here's how you can go about it:
Step 1: Click the toggle switch to enable the acknowledgment notification.
Step 2: Customize the Title and Message as per your engagement strategy.
Step 3: Upload a custom icon (warm, friendly and welcoming image recommended!)
Congratulations! You're all set to use Web Push as a channel of engagement in WebEngage. Please feel free to drop in a few lines at [email protected] in case you have any queries or feedback. We're always just an email away :)
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