Engagelab WebPush is a professional WEB message push service platform with an average daily message volume of over 10 billion. WebPush supports browser push on Windows, Mac OS, and Android platforms.
convenient and fast, and the push channel is fast and stable. API open interfaces are powerful, flexible, and easy to use. The WEB terminal supports Operation functions such as notification creation, aftereffect analysis, and troubleshooting.
Supported Platform types
Note 1: invisible mode, private browsing mode, and visitor browser mode do not support network push.
Note 2: Microsoft Edge (Updated in 2019), Opera, Samsung browser, Yandex and UC Browser are all Chromium-based browsers, which will be marked as Chrome in Engagelab.
Note 3: Internet Explorer no longer accept feature updates. Microsoft has turned its browser development to Edge platform.
Browser version support
|Opera mobile v64+
Statistical analysis support
APP dimension statistics
|supports real-time statistics of message data at an hourly granularity to show the comparison of today's and yesterday's data trends. You can view the data of yesterday's push and conversion funnel, and view the data of yesterday's delivery rate and click-through rate. You can view the latest device notification permission opening rate. You can view historical push and conversion trend data by browser. Allows you to view the loss statistics of historical push messages in different browsers and stages.
|Push user statistics
|you can view and push user history data by browser. You can view data such as new users, online users, active users, and uninstalled users in a custom time range on a daily or monthly basis.
MessageID dimension statistics
|message push statistics
|supports push conversion statistics for notification bar messages and custom messages. You can view the delivery rate, display rate, and click rate of the msgid dimension. You can view the number of valid targets, number of Sends, number of displays, and number of clicks of the msgid dimension.
REST API capability support
|through PUSH API, developers can complete all the message PUSH functions of the WebPush and easily build PUSH operation plans in their own operation background. API provides more powerful and flexible APIs than push portal pages.
|developers can use Schedule API to push all messages regularly.