Creating a Notification Initiated Session

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Now that you have mastered the Startup Session, you can begin to make questions/messages people will receive via notification - Notification Initiated Sessions (NIS).

To learn more about Notification Initiated Sessions, click here.

Begin by clicking the “+” sign next to Notification Initiated Sessions.

  

Create a name for this Session. Keep in mind that this name will appear in the notification on the smartphone for the user.

 

 

Next, you will choose the Session Duration. This determines how long your NIS will be available to users. You have four options, same as Pak, limit by range of days, limit by range of dates, and limit by completed Sessions. For more information about these options, click here. We will choose “same as Pak.”

 

 

The user response window determines how long the user has to respond to a notification after it has been sent. The time is set up in an hours: minutes format. So this example is set for 15 minutes.

 

 

The next option is to select whether the notifications will be sent at fixed or random times. For this example, we will select fixed. To learn more about these options, click here

 

 

You can choose to send the NIS everyday, on certain days of the week, or on exact dates. To learn more, click here. For this example we will choose everyday.

Further, you can choose which time the notification will be sent.

 

 

If you would like to add an additional fixed time, you can do so by clicking “Add Notification Time.” 

 

 

If you would like to add a different set of days for this set of NIS, you can click “Add Schedule.” Adding an additional might be especially useful if, for example, you want users to receive fewer notifications/later in the morning on the weekends vs. weekdays.  

You have now made your first NIS. Depending on your goal, you might add another NIS. To do this, click the “+” button, and follow the same process as before. Next, we will move on to making a “Blok.”

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