In-app messages are triggered based on realtime in-app events. Real-time events can also be used for triggering comms like push notifications, email, SMS and inbox messages. This guide describes how to fire events from your Android app.
If you want to send a message to your customers after custom events occur then you must fire these events with the
hitEvent(String title) method. For example, if you want to track as an event whenever an user opens the settings page, you would do it as follows:
opened_settings will then be available as a trigger option when creating an Android push message.
An event is created in your project whenever you fire it for the first time from your app (as seen before), or you can also manually create it by navigating to Data Manager > Events > Create event.
It's possible to pass a value with the event hit. It could be used for additional segmentation and personalisation of your messages.
To pass a string value with the event use:
To pass key-value pairs with the event use:
HashMap <String, String> hm = new HashMap<>(); hm.put("product_category", "Sports"); hm.put("product_name", "Home Jersey"); mPushConnector.hitEvent("product_add_to_basket", hm);
There is a default event for tracking session starts or app open events. To do so, call the
setEnableStartSession method before initialising Xtremepush in your main activity:
// INITIALISE THE XTREMEPUSH CONNECTOR HERE mPushConnector = new PushConnector.Builder("XTREME_PUSH_APP_KEY", "GOOGLE_PROJECT_NUMBER") .setEnableStartSession(true) .create(this);
From the Events tab you can then select the trigger Session Start to launch an in-app message.
Only in-app messages can be triggered on Session Start
Updated 9 months ago