Introduced as Region Attributes in our API, we have now UI support for this feature, via a new Automation rule event trigger: Location Attributes.
If you have more than just a few Engage projects, switching between them just got easier. For starters, the dashboard list of your projects now loads in milliseconds, and searching and filtering projects after that is instantaneous.
Now you can track user activities and conversions on your website with Custom Events. Track common account-, media-, or retail-related events using ready-made Custom Event Templates, or create your very own bespoke, hand-crafted, artisanal events.
Reach users rejoice! Instead of creating separate links for iOS and Android passes, you can start using a single Adaptive Link that automatically detects the device OS and installs the appropriate pass.
Apple is releasing iOS 11 on September 19, 2017, and in preparation released their Gold Master this week. If you are looking to launch your iOS app with full iOS 11 support, we’ve got you covered.
Now you can use Google Cloud Storage to store and retrieve user-level mobile data with our latest Connect integration. With this new integration, Connect provides hourly data rollups from your app, formatted in JSON.
Effective today, all Web Notify events, which include web sends, clicks, sessions, and uninstalls can be streamed in real time using Connect. Combined with Named Users, our user-mapping utility, this release takes you one step further in your omnichannel user engagement strategy.
Today marks the first GA release of our Channels API extension, open channels. This new platform service extends the Channels API to send a notification to anything. Send personalized, interactive notifications at the right time and place across your digital marketing stack. Integrate once, notify anything.
Today we added support for Android notification categories in the Urban Airship Engage dashboard. Notification categories allow your users to manage notification settings for each category that you have defined for your app, e.g., ‘promotions’ or ‘breaking news’. Categories represent the Android notification channels that you implement in your app.