Fyno In-App

Fyno In-App is our very own internally built notification application that can be integrated with your application and act as a notification method, be it within your web application or mobile application.

We at Fyno understand how important it is to keep things simple, because of this the process of integrating our native In-App is made super easy.

All you will need to do is navigate to Integrations.

  1. Under "In-App" section, click on the "Fyno In-App" button.
  2. In the pop-up that appears, fill in:
    1. Custom name: Provide a name that would help you identify the configured account in Fyno's portal.
    2. Token: Token is pre-filled by Fyno's application since this is our native application.
    3. Request Origin URL: The URL of the website into which the In-App will be integrating to. For Example, the URL needs to be provided as "demoapp.fyno.io" and NOT as "https://demoapp.fyno.io".


Handling Sub-Domains

For the Request Origin URL, in case you want to cover all the subdomains, all you will need to do is preceed your domain URL with an * (asterisk). This will help the system understand that all subdomains of that URL needs to be handled via this integration.

Message Delivery Status

Fyno In-App, by default, provides the status of the message without any additional setup needed. You will only need to make sure to deploy Fyno's SDK with your application.

Once the above integration is complete, the notification status, which will be shared by Fyno's In-App will be displayed in the logs, when you click on it, under the Delivery tab.


Fyno's In-App is meant to be used as an SDK!

While the testing and set up can be done on the application interface, the actually implication of the application is via SDK.

The SDK and installation guide for Fyno's In-App can be found in Recipes Section of our documentation. Alternatively, you can also find the same documentation in Fyno's Github Repo

Testing Fyno's In-App

The In-App is an SDK that would work within your mobile app when you have successfully integrated it. But of course, you will need to test it before you integrate it!

And we have thought of that too!

Check out our In-App Sandbox/ Simulator page here and give the In-App feature a whirl!

You can use the simulator with the default configurations that it comes with, or even key in your Fyno's credentials and details from the Settings option on the page and customize the test notifications!

In case you want to try it out with your own Fyno account and templates, follow the instructions below to add your account to the Sandbox/Simulator page.

  1. Go to the Fyno In-App Sandbox/Simulator page.
  2. Click on the Settings icon at the top right corner.
  3. On the pop-up that opens, fill in the below:
    1. Workspace ID: You can find this on your Fyno account by navigating to "Settings" and then going to the API Keys section.
    2. Integration ID: Navigate to the Integrations section of your Fyno find the In-App integration you want to use and click on it to find the Integration ID specific to that integration.
    3. Integration Token: In the same pop-up as above, you will find the Integration Token specific to that integration.
    4. API Key: You can find this on your Fyno account by navigating to "Settings" and then going to the API Keys section.
    5. Distinct User ID: In the Fyno App, from the left navigation panel, find Users and click on it. Create a Live User or use a pre-created one.
    6. Custom Notification Event Name: In the Fyno App, from the left navigation panel, find Notification Events and click on it. Create a new Notification Event or use a pre-created one.
  4. Once done, click on Save, and you are all set!


You can also customize the test notifications.

Click on the "palette" icon on the top right corner of the page and fill in the colour and image details to make the In-App notifications your own!