Client settings page feature
The client settings page is one of our latest additions to the platform. The feature itself is very unique as it combines some elements, used in other features, as well as a few options that are unique to this specific screen. For example, through this feature, your users will be able to subscribe to one or more push notification groupsFirst, you will need to add the feature within the content section of the app builder. It will usually be the last item in the list, once you bring up the menu where you can add new modules. Go to Content -> Add Content to bring this screen up.
Once you've added the new module, you will see there is a +ADD button in the top right, which you can use to add new elements to this page. Here's a brief explanation for each of them
- - Separator - This one is a simple separator, just like the ones in your home screen design. You can use there to split up the list of things in this page and make the structure easier to follow
- - Review this app - Tapping this will take the user to Apple/Google store, where they can leave a review for your app. The same will be visible within the store after the review has been completed.
- - Share Application - This option will allow your users to share your app download links via Facebook / Twitter / Email.
- - Tweet support - Link to a Twitter handle, where your users will be able to post a question
- - Email - Similar to Twitter support, tapping on this one will open up the user's default email client, and allow them to send an email to a predefined address
- - Text page - This one will provide you with a simple static text page where you can enter any kind of info you may require. You can also make use of the WYSIWYG editor here, and in this way include some custom HTML/CSS.
- - Push notification groups - This section will allow your users to opt into one or more push notification groups. Keep in mind that this one requires push notification groups to be enabled for the same app.
Once you add a few elements into your page, it should look like this. Not that while adding the elements, you will be able to assign them a specific name, that will be displayed in the app, for every icon except separator.