Various Swrve APIs require either an API key or a personal key. You may also have additional API keys for a web integration or user identity. You’ll find your API keys and personal key on the app Integration Settings screen, in the API Key Management section. To access this screen, on the Settings menu, select Integration settings. For more Read More
Swrve is highly conscious of the security and privacy of the sensitive data we report on in our dashboards. We provide an optional Two-factor authentication (2FA) configuration for your user base. Company configuration To view the 2FA settings for your company, on the Your account menu, select Company settings. There are two options: Select Enable to immediately Read More
You can view your usage data for the past six months on the Usage Details screen. This screen provides information about the following: The total Daily Active Users (DAU) for each calendar month, where DAU is the number of unique users on a calendar day in the local timezone of your app. The total number Read More
To change your password: Step 1: On the Swrve Log In screen, select the Forgot your password? link. Step 2: The Password Reset screen displays. In the Email field, enter your email address and then select Reset. An email containing a link is sent to the email address you provide. Step 3: Select the link contained in the email. You Read More
You can edit integration settings on the Integration Settings screen. On the Settings menu, select Integration settings. For information about adding integration settings for your app, see Integrate your app.
You can edit the data of an existing platform title on the App Settings screen. On the Settings menu, select App Settings. To edit the app name, on the Apps Overview screen, select edit next to the app name. Enter the new name and select the check mark to save your changes. For information about adding new platform titles, Read More
Swrve offers the following three default user accounts: Company Admin Full Access Read Only The main differences between these three account types are outlined below. Our new Roles Management and Assignment feature also lets you create custom user roles with any combination of permissions. For more information, see Managing Swrve user roles and permissions. Company Read More
Swrve comes with three preset user roles—Company Admin, Full Access (previously called Default User), and Read Only. Our Roles Management and Assignment feature also lets you create custom user roles with any combination of permissions. You can assign roles to your users on a company-wide, app-level, or per user basis. For example, you may have Read More