• Swrve User Properties

  • User properties specify the current state of the user. You can use both default and custom properties for tracking and targeting of in-app messages, Conversations and push notifications. Assign user properties to easily segment your user base and send the status of the user.¬†For example, use the swrve.sim_operator.iso_country_code user property to target users in a Read More


  • SDK Integration Best Practices

  • This article provides recommendations on how to optimize your Swrve integration. For more information about Swrve integration, see the following articles: Integration Guides: Android iOS Unity Windows PhoneGap SDK Upgrade Guides: Android iOS Unity Windows New Session Interval The default new session interval is 30 seconds. That is, Swrve automatically treats an app session as Read More


  • QA Testing Your Integration

  • Now that you have performed the required integration and instrumentation, you’re ready to test your work on a QA device. Follow the links below to find out how to create and test push notifications, in-app messages, conversations¬†and resource A/B tests: To create your first push notification, see Creating Push Notifications. To QA test it, see Read More