A notification event is the single most important part of Fyno's application design.
This stitches all the pieces that have been created by you and put them into a configuration flow or "Notification Event" that becomes executable in a single API
For a notification event to be successfully created, you will need to have preconfigured:
- Routing (optional)
The basic concept of a notification event is:
Providers + Routings (optional) + Templates = Notification Event
Let's have a quick look around the landing page of Notification Events.
You will find an easy toggle to change your view between a card grid and a list view, for your convenience.
Your option to filter out only the Live routes is at the top of the page.
On this page, you can quickly search for any of the notification events by the name given to them at the time of creation.
Create "Notification Events" with significant titles or names to help search for them easily.
A detailed description can also be added at the time of creation.
To create a new Notification Event, click on the "Create+" on the right side of the page.
- Provide a name for your notification event
- Provide a description of your notification event. This helps in the future when you want to review and change things up in your "Notification Event"
- Click on "Submit" once done.
The most anticipated logic that Fyno has cracked is in the next few steps, leading to making your life easy breezy.
On creating a notification event, on each Notification Event card you will see:
- Notification Event Analytics button on the top right corner of the card
- cURL or Code Button, which will open up the Notification Event Trigger Window
- The last updated day or time of the notification event
- The latest version of the Notification Event, including live or test version details.
- a "More" menu at the bottom right corner, that gives you the option to
- "Rename" the Notification Event
- "Duplicate" the Notification Event
- "Delete" the Notification Event
The first step to building a great "Notification Event" with Fyno is to select a template that you have already created in the "Templates" section.
On clicking on the drop-down, you will see the entire list of templates created. Select one to proceed.
On selecting a template, at the bottom of the template selected, you will even be able to see the channels for which you have content configured! Makes life easy!
On to the next step!
Rules define the manner in which the notification will be sent across channels and providers.
On clicking the drop-down menu under Rules, you will see:
- Send Through Selected - Individually select each channel and select a Provider or Route for each
- Omni-channel Route - Select an Omni-Channel Route that has been created.
- Use Fyno Smart (Coming soon)
For now, please select "Send Through Selected".
This will automatically lead you to the next and final step!
"Configuration" is the all-important and last step of the "Notification Event".
You can configure any number of channels that you have under "Providers" in the Integration section.
All the "Providers" that you have created, are listed under each "Channel".
If you have configured "Routing", this too will be made available in the drop-down under the "Routing" Section.
All selected channels will execute notifications simultaneously, so choose wisely.
Make sure you save every change by hitting the "Save" button at the top of the page. This will only save your changes as Test
In case you want to create different versions, make the necessary changes and then click on Save. This will create a new version every time.
Alternatively, you can discard the changes by clicking on "Discard"
Discarded changes cannot be retrieved
On clicking on the Save button's menu, you will be able to see Save and Promote. This allows your current changes to the notification event to be made live immediately.
Every notification event that you create will be saved as Test versions, allowing you to test different variations and combinations of routes and templates, to suit your needs.
When a Test version is saved, this does not disturb the Live version that may be plugged in your application and may be active.
When you are confident and happy with the Notification Event that you have created and tested in Test version, this can then be moved into live version by following the below steps.
- Make the final changes on the notification event and test it to make sure you are getting the desirable results.
- On the top of the page, next to the name of the Notification Event, you will see the Test Version mentioned.
- To keep this as a Test, click on Save and the draft will be saved.
- To make this version of the Test live, expand the Save menu to find Save and Promote.
- This will make the current version the live version of the Notification Event.
You will not see the "Live" option in the drop-down menu of the Notification Event window in case the Notification Event is not promoted to live.
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