4 months ago, when we released sticky header layout for notifications, we didn’t know it would sell like a hot cake. Its amazing to see the kind of use-cases our customers have been using it for – from system alerts to dynamic messaging to running offers/deals/discounts to smart notifications based on our targeting criterion, we have seen them all.
If you haven’t used this Notification layout already, do take a look at some of the use-cases captured live on our customer websites, you’d love these – #WebEngageLive
We have added two new options in the Notification create/edit screen:
Close button is now optional and the ability for users to minimize a notification has been added. Underneath is a preview of how these appear on your website when both the options are used. On the right hand side is the “minimized state” of a notification, as it appears on your website.
As an outcome of this change, you can, now, get rid of the close button in your sticky header notifications whenever you want to run persistent notices on your website.
Note: Notifications when minimized by a user on your website, appear minimized in his/her next visit. Want to check out other options in this layout? Check out the post here.
Stay tuned, we love you!