It differs based on its platform and the form.
Android (Landscape) : 1280*640 pixel, Under 100 KB, jpg/png
Android (Portrait) : 720*1200 pixel, Under 100 KB, jpg/png
iOS (Landscape) : 960*580 pixel, Under 100 KB, jpg/png
iOS (Portrait) : 640*900 pixel, Under 100 KB, jpg/png
An image is automatically adjusted based on width and length will be re-sized.
Therefore, if the image is shorter than the spec, users will see empty space,
and if it’s longer, users can drag the image to see the full size.
Go to Live Operation > Notification > Notification Management and change the setting.
You can switch between ‘Live’ and ‘Stop.’
When you stop, you can’t go back to live again.
Exposure: A number of notification being exposed.
Click: A number of notification being clicked.
CTR: Click / Exposure * 100
Exposure User: An unique number of being exposed(without duplicate)
Click User: An unique number of being clicked(without duplicate)
Conversion Rate: Click User / Exposure User * 100
You can go to Notification > Notification Report then click ‘Ended’ to see the report.
For Live Operation’s Pop-up notification, you must add the test notification before going live. You need to register a test device for the test.
Preview for Web page notification is not supported.
In this case, we recommend you to test with your test device first.
Yes, you can. You can add several and also change its order of exposure at Live Operation > Notification > Notification Management.
When you create new space, you have to add API with a new pop-up space key value so you need to update a build(ipa, ask).
Live Operation’s notification can be sent based on the timeline of each device.
Therefore, if you set notification to be shown at 10 to 11 am, it will show up at 10 am when the time comes on each location of devices.
Go to Schedule > Exposure Limit and change ‘Max exposure frequency per user’ to 1 to be shown only once per user.