QA Testing

Server-Side Implementations

This article covers common questions about server-side implementations in Swrve. What is a Server-Side Implementation? A server-side implementation is the use of Swrve without or in addition to the Swrve platform-specific SDKs. Typically this is done by using the Swrve Events API to send events and user properties in an automated way. Some common use cases for a Read More

Troubleshooting In-App Messages

This article provides tips for troubleshooting common issues encountered with in-app messages. Expected Behavior In-app messages are triggered by events. The in-app message workflow enables you to create an audience filter so that the message is only shown to a subset of users who trigger that event. For iOS and Android, in-app messaging is automatically integrated after you Read More

QA Users and In-App Message Rules

To make it easy to test your customers’ end-to-end experience, Swrve allows QA devices to bypass certain rules that apply to app users when the campaign is live. Audience Filters When previewing an in-app message, a QA device does not need to fulfill audience filter requirements. This saves you time trying to create the specific user behavior and history required to Read More