Frequently Asked Questions¶
How do I make Multi Page Tours on a Web App?¶
Pointzi will support SPA (Single Page Apps) and normal URL-based apps. The navigation is built-in when you choose your next step in a tour.
This video explains:
How do I make Multi Page Tours on a Mobile App?¶
To create tours or walkthroughs of your app that go accross multiple pages, firstly you must have deeplinks enabled in your application.
If deeplinks are enabled, then all you have to do is enter the link of the page where you want the next tip to be displayed, in the "Deeplink" section of the tip or pop up. (Example below)
- Important to note that if you would like users to be able to click on the back button and it is on a different page in your app, you will have to put the link to the previous page in the back button as a deeplink also.
More info on what deeplinks are here
How do we integrate Pointzi with our backend systems?¶
We have three methods:
View/Screen and clickable elements per install are automatic
You can tag user properties with a single line using our SDK. We support, text, numeric, datetime properties.
You can tag user propertied with our REST/JSON API to our cloud. We are real-time in applying those properties.
You can view the endpoints by checking the API documentation link in the dashboard or refer to this article.
Sometimes people ask us how much Pointzi impacts App Size. The answer is not much!
The Pointzi iOS lib increases your App by only 2 MB (approx).
At compile time it contains 4 architectures:
First two are for devices and last two are for simulator. Our SDK must contain all the possible architectures so that customer can use it anywhere. When a customer packages App, the App will only increase on required architectures.
Current Size of Pointzi for Android (2.+) is only 1.2MB.
Pointzi also uses common libraries like Gson, Glide and Retrofit 2. This might affect the size of your app if you aren't currently using them.
What are deep Links?¶
In the context of mobile applications and Pointzi, Deeplinking consists of providing a universal link (URI) that links to a certain location within an application. Due to the lack of a common protocols among native apps, you will have to ask your developers if they have set up deeplinking and the schema they have used within your application.
If your organization has a firewall that restricts the traffic to or from the Internet, you need to configure it to allow connectivity with Pointzi in order for your apps to receive the content feed.
The following host/ports need to be whitelisted/unblocked in order for Pointzi to function properly.
You can verify the firewall configuration using the following commands.
What is my App Key?¶
App key is the identifier used by Pointzi to identify your app. You can find your app key in the dashboard.