Project settings

In the Project settings tab, there are additional options that will allow you to personalize your integration settings:

  • Your company logo as the default notification graphic.

  • Your brand's primary color.

  • A project name visible to your recipients.

  • Uploading events to Google Analytics and uploading events through the Data Layer.

  • Activating and deactivating integration and preview mode.

  • Default notification settings.

Your Logo

The image you upload will be edited into a square and will display:

  • as the default graphic in each notification you send,

  • in the window confirming the sign-up for notifications on the recipient's page.

The graphics you use must be a square (size does not matter) of no more than 200 KB. The file formats you can use are: JPG or PNG. You can change your logo at any time.

The name of your project

The name of your project is visible to your recipients when they subscribe to notifications. You can change it at any time.

Activating and deactivating integrations

If you want your subscribers to temporarily not see the subscription form, all you need to do is switch the integration settings to OFF. You can turn it back on at any time.

Sending events to Google Analytics and sending events via Data Layer

With these options, you can submit more advanced information to your Google Analytics panel or capture it through Data Layer. This can include information like:

  • number of clicks to sign up

  • number of clicks to block it

  • number of clicks to close it

  • how many people clicked Allow in their inbox

  • how many people resigned from the inbox level

  • how many people clicked on the bell icon

You can find more information about Events in Google Analytics here.

If you use several trackers in your Analytics, you can enter the name of the tracker, where events are to be sent, in the field next to the checkbox. The events will be sent as follows:

Default notification

Sometimes, due to technical reasons, the campaign you plan cannot be sent, and recipients receive a default notification, reading "Your site has been automatically updated". This is due to the way the browser works, and we have no influence over it.

However, in order to give recipients a more informative message, you can set your own content for automatic notifications in the fields below, like "We have updated your web push notification settings."

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