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White Label Push Notifications For Your Customers
Here's the tutorial if you'd like your customers to send Push Notifications through their app without seeing the AppstronautMe branding.
1. Click on the app you'd like to setup for White Label Push Notifications. Today we are using the app MusicStream1.
2. Next you will click on Application Settings on the menu on the right hand side.
3. Now that your in the Application Settings area, you'll want to click on Access Control (Privacy).
4. Now your in the Access Control (Privacy) area. This is where you will set a passcode that you will give to your Client. Make sure "Everyone" can view the app. Checkmark Allow restricted access and then set the passcode to anything you want (this will be 4 digits). Remember, you will give this passcode to your client.
5. Next you will click on Save Changes at the bottom right of the screen.
6. After you've saved your changed you will want to go back to the My Applications area to get a specific URL for the app. So click on My Applications on the top left of the screen.
7. Next, you will want to get a URL for the app for the client to go to to send their Push Notifications. So you will right click on the App Title (on Google Chrome), and you'll want to Copy Link Address. You may want to paste it to a notepad for your reference.
8. This step only works properly if you're logged out of the AppstronautMe app builder. This won't make a difference for your clients because they won't even log into AppstronautMe, but for you it will. So log out of AppstronautMe, and take the link that you copied and paste it in the URL bar of your browser and hit enter. You will see the following information below once loaded. Notice you are now in the Unbranded portion of the app builder. Now your customer can put in a passcode that you generated and you will instruct them to click Sign In.
9. After they are signed in they will see the following screen. Here they can click on Geofences to send Push Notifications to in a certain geographical area, or they can send a regular Push Notification if they choose to. Scroll down below this final screen shot for some extra tip and hints.
Here are some tips to enhance your clients Push Notification experience.
1. If you're using Wordpress or something alike where you can easily install a URL shortner, cloaker plugin. You can take the link of the app and somewhat "brand" it your own by using plugins such as these. Thus making you look a little more professional.
2. If you notice the unbranded area. You can actually incorporate this section in your website in an iFrame to brand this unbranded area as your own. Then you can make a new page on your website per app you do for your clients and then put in that app from the builder in an iFrame. Thus enhancing their experience.
But below the simulator there is wording that will confuse many clients:
Still a very cool and unexpected feature. If that were removed would rock!
Thank you for the excellent tutorials.
At the moment I'm pretty positive that can't be removed. That's hard coded into the Mobile App Builder platform. Remember, even if your customers downloaded the App Previewer, they wouldn't be able to access their app through it because they wont' have actual AppstronautMe login credentials. Hope this helps and you're welcome!
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