Our dashboard has undergone quite some changes this sprint; we have been busy building a new home screen on our dashboard! We now also support a bulk geofence upload, which allows you to easily download a template if you want to import a lot of geofences or beacons. Our dashboard also has received a lot of minor changes, like improved placeholders and clearer segmentation property names. Read all about it down below.
Another finished sprint, another dashboard release! We’ve made lots of improvements, as well as introduced new features, such as analytics per geolocation and automatically expanding or collapsing advanced settings. Read all about it down below.
Today we are announcing a dashboard update; lots of minor improvements, such as more intuitive reminders and pagination in dashboard, all aimed at making your experience with our product as good as it can be! We’ve also done a lot of updates to our documentation, so its even easier to find out how to use us! Read all about it down below.
A lot of app functionalities can run in the background. However, nowadays mobile devices still come with a limited amount of RAM. The working memory has to be shared with the operating system and other apps running on the device. Mobile devices also come with relatively small batteries. Performing actions in the background may reduce the battery time of these devices and could cause your app to look bad, because it shows up high in the list of battery consuming apps. So, when you run in the background, managing resources is important. This post will show you how to manage resources for background processes in iOS.
A new sprint finished, which resulted in a dashboard and plugin release! We’ve been taking steps in deprecating single notifications, we’ve done some improvements and bug fixes for our plugin, and we’ve improved our API documentation with regard to the statistics. Read all about it in these release notes.
So you want to create a geofencing campaign, but you’re not sure where to start. Here are some tips on where to put your geofence and why…
At Plot Projects, we think it’s important to give our customers the flexibility to get the most out of our product. With new and more innovative platforms emerging for app developers to build apps on, we knew that it would only be a matter of time before we started supporting Xamarin and Ionic.
A new release today of our plugin as well as updates to our dashboard. One thing we’ve added is the segmentation based on user preferences, for instance, segment on people who have a certain brand as one of their favorites. We’ve added better debugging information to our plugin as well, the debug log now contains device specific information, such as type and OS version. The dashboard analytics have been through a makeover, being split into notifications, geotriggers and reports. Read more about all this in these release notes.
As you might have noticed, we have a new website! We’re still busy replacing our old logo everywhere, so bear with us! Additionally we have just released a new plugin version containing a feature which displays your notification events in Google Analytics , as well as updated our documentation! Read all about it down below!
Let’s say you’re using Google Analytics in your app and want to see how your userbase is using your product. What if you would like to analyse if users opened certain notifications or not. Or if you want to verify if users actually received your notifications. How can you combine your analytics with the Plot plugin? In our recent plugin release you can! You can now analyse using notification events, yeah these are new.