Step-by-step guide to configuring Push as a channel
Push Notifications are messages that pop up on mobile devices. App publishers can send them at any time, even if users are not currenly active on the app or using their device.
Step 1: Enable Push Messaging for your App
Once you've integrated your app with Segmentino, you will need to implement additional configurations to ensure that your users receive the Push Notifications. Depending on the OS, you may need to implement additional configurations like:
• Rich Push Notifications for iOS
• Assigning a Notification channel to ensure that users receive the Push on Android v8.1+.
Step-by-step Guides to Enable Push Messaging
• Android app
• iOS app
• React Native app
• Cordova/ PhoneGap/ Ionic app
• Xamarin.Android app
• Xamarin.iOS app
• Unity.Android app
• Unity.iOS app
Step 2: Configure Channel in Dashboard
As shown below, navigate to the Integrations < Channels < Push section of your dashboard to enable the channel.
The section has been divided into two sub-sections, Android and iOS. Here's how you can configure Push for each OS:
Step 1: Add Package Name The Android app's application ID is also referred to as the Package Name. It can be found in your module (app-level) Gradle file, usually app/build.gradle (example package name: com.yourcompany.yourproject). Step 2: Add FCM Server Key The FCM Server Key is a secret code of sorts that enables your Segmentino dashboard to communication with your Firebase project. It enables us to send the Push Campaigns for delivery to your target audience.
• It can be found under the Firebase Project > Project Settings > Cloud Messaging section in your Firebase Developers Console.
• Copy + paste it in your Segmentino dashboard.
Step 3: Click Save
Step 4: Click the Plus icon to enable Push for more apps