Segmentation: User Info

 

Having selected User Info, you will then have to choose what aspect of user info you would like to use as a condition.

             

The options are,

  1. Attribute
  2. ID
  3. Language

Attribute

What is an attribute
An attribute, is simply a piece of user information you are syncing with the platform using xtremepush attribute tagging. It can be anything you choose, such as account balance, Date of Birth, Gender, VIP etc. Click here for information about how you can ad attribute tagging in your app.

Creating a condition based on attribute

Having decided to create a condition based on attribute, you must then enter three more pieces of information to finalise the condition.
These are,

  1. The attribute you want to base your condition on, e.g. gender or age.
  2. The comparison operator, your choices here are,
    • is
    • is not
    • more than
    • less than
    • in
    • not in
  3. The value you are comparing your attribute value to

The example above shows a condition, that applies to customers whose balance (the attribute) is less than 200.


ID

What is ID
ID is the unique identifier you use to identify your customers.

Creating a Condition based on ID

Having decided to create a condition based on ID, you must then enter two more pieces of information before your segment can be created.
These are,

  1. The comparison operator. Your choices are,
    • is
    • is not
    • in
    • not in
  2. The value you are comparing your operator to

The condition above shows a condition that applies the customer whose ID is 123456.

 

Language

What is language
Language is the language of the device your customer used when they last registered on the platform.

Creating a condition based on language

Having decided to create a condition based on Language, you must then enter two more pieces of information before your segment can be created.
These are,

  1. The comparison operator. Your choices are,
    • is
    • is not
  2. The value you are comparing your operator to

 

 The image above shows a condition that applies to customers whose language is not english.

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