Last modified March 19, 2015 by Shelly Wolfe

Touring Swrve

The Swrve platform is easy to navigate and gives you quick access to your App Dashboards and other important features. Take this short tour to familiarize yourself with Swrve.

Dashboard Overview

The Swrve dashboard consists of the following major sections:

  • Top header bar – contains the App Selector and User menu. The User menu includes your user settings and company information and is available across all your apps as a global option from the header bar.
  • Main navigation menu – displays after you select an app on the Apps Overview screen and gives you access to the App Dashboards and main features of Swrve.
  • Content area –  displays the associated content based on your menu selection.

Swrve Dashboard

Apps Overview Screen

The Apps Overview screen is the first screen you see when log in to Swrve and contains your app portfolio and options for adding new or additional titles.

Apps Overview

On the Apps Overview screen, there are two ways to access the App Dashboards for a specific app:

  • Locate the app in your app portfolio (using the scrollbar, if necessary), and click the app platform.
  • Click the App Selector and select the app from the list of available apps, or use the search box to search for the title.

After you select an app, the associated icon displays in the App Selector. You can use the App Selector to navigate between your apps at any time. For more information on adding new titles to your portfolio, see Add Your App.


The navigation menu on the left side of the user interface contains several app-related options, enabling you to browse and move between sections quickly. The user menu in the top right corner contains account and user-related options.

Main Navigation

Click a menu item to expand the section and view further options.

App Dashboards Contains options for selecting different dashboard views for your app (for example, User Lifecycle, KPI Metrics). The view defaults to whichever dashboard you set as your default dashboard. You can change the default at any time by clicking the Set as default dashboard link on the relevant dashboard.
Campaigns Contains options for creating and managing push notifications, in-app messages, conversations and resource A/B tests.
Reports Contains options for accessing various analytic tools and reports.
Manage Contains options for managing user segments and app resources.
Setup Contains options for integrating your app and managing app, campaign, report, integration and QA device settings.
Documentation Opens the Swrve help site in a new browser window.

User Menu

To access the User menu, on the header bar, click your user name. The items available on the User menu depend on your login and user permissions.

User Settings Displays options for updating your user preferences and changing your password.
Company Settings Displays options for specifying app supported app stores and adding or editing Swrve user details (administrator only).
Company Usage Report Displays your company usage data for the past six months. For more information, see How Do I View Usage Information?
Feedback Opens a dialog box that lets you submit feedback to Swrve Support.
Documentation Opens the Swrve help site in a new browser window.
Release Notes Opens the Swrve Release Notes in a new browser window.
Privacy Policy Opens the Swrve Privacy policy in a new browser window.
Legal Opens the Swrve Legal Notices in a new browser window.
Logout Logs you out of Swrve and returns you to the log in screen.

Content Area

The content area is your main workspace. Depending on your menu selection, the content area displays an overview of your app’s performance over the last 24 hours (or the user lifecycle, depending on which dashboard you choose), enables you to create and manage campaigns, or displays various analytic tools and reports.

Next Steps

  • Get started with Swrve by adding your app’s platform titles to the Swrve service. For more information, see Add Your App.
  • Find out what’s involved in integrating the Swrve SDK into your app. For more information, see Integrate Your App.
  • Read about how to use Swrve to build relationships with your app users. For more information, see Engage Your Users.