This document describes how to use Iterable to send in-app messages. In-app messages can optionally make use of a mobile inbox, if you've enabled one in your app.
To learn more about in-app messages and Iterable's Mobile Inbox feature, read In-App Messages and Mobile Inbox.
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Setting up Iterable's mobile SDKs
Apps can receive in-app messages without the SDKs, but using the SDK simplifies the implementation.
Configuring your apps to include Mobile Inbox
To add a mobile inbox to your app, have your mobile engineers follow the instructions in Setting up Mobile Inbox on iOS and Setting up Mobile Inbox on Android. These SDKs provide a default mobile inbox UI that can be customized and stylized as necessary.
Sending in-app message campaigns
To learn how to send in-app message campaigns, read:
Sending in-app messages from workflows
To learn how to send in-app messages from workflows, read:
To learn about in-app message and Mobile Inbox-related events captured by Iterable, read Events for In-App Messages and Mobile Inbox
- In-App Messages and Mobile Inbox
- Template Options for In-App Messages
- Events for In-App Messages and Mobile Inbox
- Iterable's iOS SDK
- Iterable's Android SDK
- Iterable's React Native SDK
- In-App Messages Overview
- In-App Messages on iOS
- In-App Messages on Android
- Setting up Mobile Inbox on iOS
- Setting up Mobile Inbox on Android
- Customizing Mobile Inbox on iOS
- Customizing Mobile Inbox on Android
- Animating In-App Messages with CSS
- Image Carousels in In-App Messages
- Testing and Troubleshooting In-App Messages
- In-App Messages Without the SDK
- API Overview and Sample Payloads
- Iterable's API Docs