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Displaying content

Using the data tracked Unflow allows you to create targets to set who sees content, and how and where it’s shown.

Unflow allows for content to be delivered in three different ways, all of which require no-code to set live once your app is properly instrumented with the attributes and events described in Tracking user data.

Spaces

Spaces allow for content to be persistently shown to users that match a given set of attributes. The content appears in the Opener banner (described in Core Concepts) defined during the integration phase.

Selecting an audience
Selecting an audience

The Audience allows for attribute based filtering of users. When a users device syncs with Unflow a matching process determines which of the Screens for which a user matches. Only Screens that match will be returned and thus shown to the user.

Audience editor for a screen in a Space
Audience editor for a screen in a Space

Automatic

If the Target is set to Automatic there is an additional Trigger option in the target. Unlike with the Space option, Automatic content is not shown in the banner and hence would never be shown to a user unless triggered. Where the Audience defines the "who" content should be delivered to, the Trigger defines the "when".



Selecting an audience and trigger
Selecting an audience and trigger



Trigger targets are event based. The editor allows the flexibility of defining the number of occurrences of an event to be triggered.

Trigger editor for an Automatic screen
Trigger editor for an Automatic screen

Manual

Content can also be set to shown programatically. This means that no rules (either trigger or audience) are needed, but an engineer can call the appropriate methods in their SDK to display a screen instantly.

React Native
Android
Swift
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ℹ️ What about if the user is offline?

Manual Unflow screens will always be available locally on the device to be shown so they can be called anywhere within your app



Updated 21 Apr 2022
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