In this article we see a frequent use case for notifications, where you want to send a notification only to the users in your database that match a specific condition.
I’ve seen this question several times, so I would like to give a definitive answer.
It’s easy to create segments based on the user preferred language. In this way you can send different notifications to users with different language preferences.
Would you like to send web push notifications only to people located in a given place? If you use Pushpad you can implement that in different ways.
What if you want to send a web push notification only to 10% of your users? This can be useful for example for testing and for measuring CTR for that notification before sending it to all your users. There are many ways to achieve that, but in this tutorial we will show a simple method with tags.
There are various reasons that can prevent a web push notification from being delivered. One of them is the presence of subscriptions that are no longer in use:
You can use web push notifications to re-engage your users in many different ways. For example you can send transactional notifications to specific users when something happen or you can send large campaigns to all your subscribers. However in this tutorial we show a way to send notifications specifically to users who become inactive.
Do you want to send a welcome message when a user subscribes to your web push notifications? Here’s how to create welcome notifications using Pushpad Pro.
You can use web push notifications to create welcome series for the new users that sign up to your application. Let’s see how to create a welcome series using Pushpad.