Web push – analytics

In Web Push Analytics you can track the deliverability and effectiveness of your web push notifications. You can also edit and manage your notifications and permission prompts.

Benefits:

  • insight into the number of sent, displayed and clicked notification
  • easy management of notifications and agreement forms directly from the list

To access Web Push Analytics, from the main menu select

WEB PUSH 


Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Notification list
  3. Agreement form list

.1. Overview

Your web push notifications – here you can compare how many of your notifications were sent, displayed and clicked over the specified period of time.

[1] Timeframe – you can specify a period of time to be displayed on the chart and the tiles on the right.

[2] Sent notifications – the total number of web push notifications you have sent over the specified timeframe.

[3] Displayed notifications – the total number of Web Push notifications you have sent over the specified timeframe.

[4] Clicked notifications – the average rate of the clicked Web Push notifications you have sent over the specified timeframe.

IMPORTANT: Statistics about Web Push notifications are collected since April 2018, hence it is the earliest time period you can probe into data on the chart. 

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2. Notification list

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[1] Select type – select an item on this list to specify which type of notifications to display (all, planned, or sent).

[2] Permission prompt – click this button to switch the view to a list of permission prompts.

[3] Add new permission prompt –  click this button to create a new permission prompt.

[4] Add new web push notification – click this button to create a new web push notification.

[5] Preview – here you can see the preview of the currently selected notification.

[6] Notification details – here you can see when the selected notification was created and sent. You can also see how times it was sent and to which website it is linked.

[7] Options

  • Duplicate – creates a copy of this notification (the copy is inactive by default, you can manually activate it later).
  • Details – provides additional information regarding the selected notification.
  • Edit – lets you change this notification’s icon, text and so on.
  • Delete – permanently removes this notification from the system (along with its deliverability statistics).

[8] Previous/next page – click an arrow to go to another page of the list.

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3. Agreement form list

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[1] Web push notifications – click this button to switch the view to a list of web push notifications.

[2] Add new agreement form – click this button to create a new permission prompt.

[3] Add new web push notification – click this button to create a new web push notification.

[4] Preview – here you can see the preview of the currently selected notification.

[5] Agreement form details – here you can see when the selected agreement form was created, which tags it assigns to contacts who agree to receive notifications and to which website it is connected.

[6] Options

  • Generate code – creates a code snippet for this agreement form. Add it to your website’s code to allow the permission prompt to be displayed.
  • List of contacts – opens a list of contacts, who agreed to receive notifications via this agreement form.
  • Edit – lets you change this notification’s icon, text and so on.
  • Delete – permanently removes this notification from the system (along with its deliverability statistics).

[7] Previous/next page – click an arrow to go to another page of the list.

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