Looking to send “toast” messages to your users that pop up, in real-time, in the corner of your app if the user is online instead of (or in addition) to sending an email? Looking to show them a notification inbox, where they can view the notifications they’ve received and mark them as read? All this and more is coming soon!
Want to schedule a notification for later? Or sequence a few notifications together? Or escalate a notification to another channel or user? Use our powerful automation designer to orchestrate notification flows without writing code!
Want to have an easy way to let your users easily customize their notifications, selecting which they want to receive, on which channels, and when? We’ve got you covered.
👩💻 We’re currently looking for users to beta test our new Zapier integration.
With Zapier, you can connect Courier to all the tools you already use. Rather than manually checking each and every app for important updates, now you can set up automated workflows to trigger notifications on your preferred channels – email, SMS, push, chat, and more.
For example, you might connect Courier to Typeform and trigger an internal Slack notification whenever a new response is submitted. Or, if you own a Shopify store, you might send a web push notification whenever a customer successfully checks out.
Currently, our Zapier integration supports two actions:
- Sending a notification.
- Sending a notification to a List.
A Ruby gem that allows you to use Courier with Ruby On Rails ActionMailer. It provides a delivery_method based upon the Courier API, and makes getting setup and sending notifications in a Rails app using Courier easier.
Check it out on GitHub for more detail.