This document explains how to use App Messenger to send messages to your apps.
Click the apps you would like to view subscribers for. Once an app is selected you can send messages to its subscribers.
Subscriber and User Generated Content (UGC) Markers:
On the map you may click "cluster" icons to zoom in to the cluster area. When you hover over a cluster icon, its cluster area is revealed by a blue polygon.
= 1 subscriber location.
= A cluster of 1-9 subscriber locations. Hover for details.
= A cluster of 10-99 subscriber locations. Hover for details.
= A cluster of 100 or more subscriber locations. Hover for details.
= 1 user submitted image.
= A cluster of 2 or more user submitted images.
Filter subscribers on the map by the alert locations they selected in the app(s):
To send messages, use the polygon tool to draw polygons and rectangles around the subscribers you wish to send the message to.
Removing and Editing Polygons:
Use the edit and trash icons to edit or remove the polygon(s) you have drawn. Be sure to click "save" after you edit or remove the polygon:
To send a message to subscribers in the polygon(s) you drew, enter a message in the message field. Then enter your login password in the password field. After these two fields are filled in, click "Send Message":
User Generated Content ():
Click a UGC marker () to open a popup showing a thumbnail and info:
Click a UGC "cluster" marker () to zoom in and show the markers in that cluster:
On the UGC menu, click the "Show/Hide Gallery" button () to view the UGC gallery. This also contains items that were not geo-tagged and could, therefore, not be placed on the map:
The "Inappropriate" button () immediately removes the picture from the map and gallery to be reviewed by moderators.
When the Point Query tool () is active, click the map to open a popup showing current weather conditions along with any special information related to the active weather layer:
Use the weather layer opacity slider to adjust the weather layer's visibility:
Change the active weather layer: