Click Actions can be added to all blocks enabling your users to click onto the element. Click actions can include the following abilities:
|URL||Leaves the app and opens the default browser to the URL you specify.|
|Push Permission Prompt||Shows the native iOS or Android Push Permission Prompt.|
- If iOS or Android device is currently subscribed, prevents the In-App Message from showing.
- If iOS or Android device is currently unsubscribed and has been prompted previously, it will show a native alert asking the user to enable push notifications in the app settings.
|Location Permission Prompt||Shows the native operating system prompt to ask permission for location tracking. See Location Opt-In Prompt for details on setup.|
|Sent Outcome||Help you understand how successful your In-App Messages by tracking the action. Outcomes sent through In-App messages will show as "Unattributed" in Delivery > Outcomes and will set a tag on the user in format |
Read more about Outcomes.
|Tag User||Can add data tags to a user to express interest and later segment into another group based on user response to send more targeted messaging.|
|Custom Action ID||Pass a custom value into the OneSignal SDK |
Used for custom action handling like:
- Click detection to perform custom event like send data to your own server or analytics vendor.
- Deep Linking within the app.
When an Image or Button block is clicked, you can use the Custom Action ID and set a value to identify that block was clicked. This Action ID can then be detected through the OneSignal SDK
inAppMessageClickHandler method and that data can be sent to your server/date base/analytics vendor.
If you want to survey your users with a multiple choice questionnaire and then display their choices within the app. You can setup the Action ID per button to be a unique identifier for that option. Whenever that option is clicked, it will be detected in the
inAppMessageClickHandler. From there, you can make an API request to your server to store that data and access it within the app later to display to your users.
If you want to deep link into another page of the app, using the Click Action you can specify an "Action Name". This action name is available within the In-App Message Click Handler method inside the
OSInAppMessageAction object called clickName.
When you detect this clickName you can then deep link to the page in your app.
Example: If you normally detect on a push notification the data "deepLink": "page3" using the Notification Opened Handler, then in the In-App Message Click Handler method you would specify page3 for the clickName.
You can have different clickName's for the image, button and background. If you don't sent a clickName, then it will be "null" and you can ignore it.
The URL click action will allow you to easily deep link to the App Store, details on getting your app store links:
- Android - https://developer.android.com/distribute/marketing-tools/linking-to-google-play.html
- iOS - https://developer.apple.com/library/archive/qa/qa1633/_index.html
More details, see Example: Ask for App Store Rating.
Updated 7 months ago