Following the previous section, I will look at the details of OneSignal, its functions, and the message changes. This allows you to better customize the OneSignal plug-in for your site, deliver higher subscription conversion rates and an unpleasant user experience.
After setting up the plug-in, change the settings in the 'OneSignal Push → Configuration' tab on the left tab of the WordPress administrator page. Let's take a look at some useful features from the top.
Account Settings Account settings
Sent Notification Settings Set sent notifications
Prompt Settings & Subscription Bell Set Prompts and Subscriptions
HTTP Pop-Up Settings HTTP pop-up settings
Set the message phrase that will appear at the non-mandatory slide prompt or HTTP pop-up mentioned above.
Welcome Notification Settings Subscription Welcome Settings
Automatic Notification Settings Automatic notification settings
UTM Tracking Settings UTM Trace Settings
Advanced Settings Advanced Settings
There are so many different types of OneSignal settings, and the fact that they can be optimized for my site in detail is attractive. It is also useful for all but a few functions.
This plug-in only allows you to set this up, and now you can access the OneSignal site for full-fledged messaging, subscriber management, and analytics tools.
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