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Discussion in 'Chatting' started by xfrocks, Jun 5, 2013.
Testing here, great addon
Can someone reply so I can test if I get a push notification. Thanks.
You just got 2 likes your way
Please like, quote this post to test Pushbullet
please comment my post
yet another testing
Testing. Would really love to know the features.
Test here too
Do alerts get grouped for multiple likes/quotes/replies etc?
It groups likes
would love to see this
...and I have a question. Does this add-on or does one know of another add-on that allows a member to choose how often they would like to receive email alerts?
If I recall correctly, vB offered the user, when following a thread by email alert, the option to receive email alerts |As They Happen| Daily Summary| or |Weekly Summary|.
Using Mandrill I have a 99% delivery rate, 46% open rate and a 6.9% open rate. I'm confident that if I offered the option to receive email alerts As They Happen or by Daily Summary (and send in the mid morning hours), it would increase the open rate and click rate by a decent rate.
Any ideas or recommendations?
Good idea. And I don't think there is such add-on currently.
Well there you go then. Your next XF add-on; one I believe owners and admins would be willing to pay a few bucks for. I know I would. Especially if it provided the flexibility for the end user AND admin to set up a preferred time to receive alerts, pause alerts for a given thread for a period of time, combine select alerts into a summary, ability for the admin to edit/format the email alert template (add additional links, messages and/or ad space.)
Something else I can't believe doesn't already exist... I'm keeping this one to myself. Though really, I can't believe someone hasn't already put this together - think member analytics and reporting based on IFTTT rules that would/could become auto-triggered reminders, alerts and workflow.
I find XF and most other forum platforms really lack when it comes to analytics and reporting around its userbase/members.
I want the ability to receive an alert when a new member registers and then signs in X times per week over a period of X, but never once comments or starts a new discussion.
UserX has been an active member for over 3 years based on X set of rules but suddenly becomes inactive for X amount of days.
Over the last 14 days, userX has logged in 11 days, commented 13 times across 6 different threads, has started 2 new threads while receiving 5 likes from fellow members, has clicked on 4 links within 3 opened email campaigns and clicked on the share to Facebook button 3 times and tweeted 5 times.
A bit extreme, I know but it paints the pitcher.
I want to know who my raving advocates are. Who my influencers are. Who I need to leverage in order to grow a strong engaged community.
I'm here to test Pushbullet things
testing because they quit working
testing. Is this the same as the old ForumWatch addon?