User guide

Your first steps in PushPushGo

Signup form

The first signal that you’ve properly integrated your page is the display of this message.

Signup form

The pop-up window is the sign-up form that visitors can use to agree to receive push notifications.

The subscription form is representative of your web push activities on your store's website. It has a decisive influence on whether the recipient trusts you and decides to sign up for notifications or not. An attractive and well-designed form will help your recipient base grow steadily and give you a great chance to stay in touch with customers, so it's worth taking some time to carefully design its message and appearance from the very beginning.

Signup form creator

Within the new view, you have 4 types of templates at your disposal, which you can additionally enrich with advanced graphic options. This includes choosing a font, background color, border, size and even animation, how the popup should appear on the page.

  • Background

The appearance of the signup form on the page may be accompanied by a darkening of the site's background - to do this, select the "Gray" option in the background section. For a more subtle approach, select the "Shadow" option. You can also display the form without changing the background at all.

  • Signup form

Here you can choose the size and shape of the form, background color, placement on the page and animation.

  • Image

In this section, you can add graphics that appear next to the text, borders, and select a layout.

  • Header

Add a title to your pop-up and choose the color, font type and size, and alignment for it.

  • Description

Add content to your form, using exactly the same options as in the Header section.

  • Buttons

This option allows you to specify the appearance of the action buttons on the signup form. You have the choice of shape, color, and even the effect when a user hovers over a button.

  • Mobile

This step allows you to specify where the signup form should appear on your mobile device. You can also choose to hide the signup form on mobile devices and display it only on desktops and tablets.

* All of the above stages are available only for personalized and tiny templates. Other templates offer only a few of the above options.

You can check the result of your work by hovering over the arrow icon.

Time after which the form will appear

You can set the time (in seconds) after which the registration form will appear from the moment a user enters the website.

If you want the form to be displayed when a user wants to leave the page, select the Display when leaving the page option.

Time after which the form will appear again

In simple integrations, it is possible to display the form again after being rejected. For example, you can decide that every 60 days the user will be offered another signup form for notifications.

This option does not work in integrations with your own domain. Using a native browser form gives the option of pressing the Block button, which means that the form will never be displayed again on this page and in this browser.

Display form rules

In the Display rules option, you can create the appropriate rules for the signup form and select the subpages on which it will not be displayed.

Please note that if you do not indicate any subpages, the form will be displayed on every subpage of your website. You can add more at any time using the Add new subpage button.

To check if the form is displayed correctly on particular subpages of your site, you can paste the link in the Test form display rules field and press Test.

Confirmation window

With simple manual integrations, the notification entry consists of two steps. After displaying the subscription form with which the user agrees to receive notifications, an additional confirmation window will be displayed, in which he must agree to subscribe once again.

The "Confirmation window" editing option can be found in the "Items on page" section. You can change the content and set the logo of your project to personalize the confirmation window and make it visually consistent with the signup form.

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