Show popup action
In this article, you’ll learn how to use the Show Popup action in Growmatik. Setting up this action in an automation allows you to display a popup on your website once the automation triggers.
In this step, you design and create the content of the popup.
- Click on the Design Popup button.
- Choose a pre-defined template or start from scratch.
- Create popup content using drag and drop editor and click on the Save button when it is finished.
Under the title “Where should we display this popup”, you can define the specific location within the website where the popup will be shown. It could be a specific page or a particular section. By default, all popups will be displayed on your entire website. However, you can select a more specific section of your website such as product pages, posts and pages or custom URL. You can also combine these sections by using Add Location button.
Under the title “What will trigger this popup to display”, you can set the user behaviors or actions that act as a trigger for the popup to appear. These triggers can include actions like scrolling a certain percentage of the page, spending a certain amount of time on the website, or attempting to exit the page, providing opportunities to engage users at the right moment.
Under the title “How often should we display this button”, you decide how often the marketing popup will be shown to a particular website visitor. It can be set to display only once per session, on every visit, or on a customized frequency, striking a balance between visibility and avoiding excessive interruption or annoyance.
This setting allows you to set specific timeframes during which the marketing popup will be active and visible. By default, all popups will be displayed immediately after you publish them. Scheduling a popup is useful in time-based promotions and campaigns.
When should this automation execute the next action?
Wait until this action is executed: This option will pause the automation until this popup is displayed to the user. Once it is displayed, the user will continue to travel through the flow and experience the next action in the workflow or rule (if there’s any).
For example, if you insert Send Email action after this popup in a workflow or rule, the email will be sent only when the user has seen this popup.
Wait for a period, then execute the next action: This option will pause the automation for as long as you decide. It could be hours or days of delay until the next action.
Execute the next action immediately: This option will perform the next action without waiting for this popup to be displayed to users.
For example, if you insert Send Email action after this popup in a workflow or rule, the email will be sent even if the user hasn’t seen this popup yet.