Head over to onesignal.com to create an account. If this is not your first app with OneSignal, select New App/Website, name your app, select Web and "Next".
Select WordPress Plugin or Website Builder to continue:
Once you've selected WordPress as your integration, you must fill out information about your site.
The default name to call your site used in push notifications.
Your website URL including:
AUTO RESUBSCRIBE (HTTPS ONLY)
Recommended: Allows push subscribers to automatically resubscribe upon returning to your site without being prompted if they clear their browser data or if you are transferring to OneSignal from another push provider.
DEFAULT ICON URL
Icon used for the Slide Prompt and default for push notifications.
The file must be
Select this checkbox if any apply:
- you have an
- your site is hosted by WordPress.com
CHOOSE A LABEL
The subdomain label used for push subscription. See Web Push HTTP vs. HTTPS for more details.
OneSignal automatically provides the necessary certificates to work with Safari Browsers at no additional cost. If you already have your own Safari Web Push Certificates, you may upload it here.
If you would like to add your own Safari P12 Certificate turn on the settings in Advanced Settings. This enables you to update your own Private Key File and Private Key Password.
Add the OneSignal WordPress Plugin to your WordPress website if you have not done so already.
Copy the following keys:
Paste these keys into your WordPress plugin Configure tab in the appropriate inputs:
Enable the Slide Prompt and Subscription Bell Prompt. These prompts allow you to ask site visitors permission to send them push notifications, making them push subscribers to your site.
Be sure to Save your configuration at the bottom of the plugin once you've added these keys.
Visit your website and you should see the OneSignal Slide and Subscription Bell on your site. You may need to clear any cache plugins you have and refresh the page.
Updated 12 months ago