Control Panel overview

Control panel location and overview in the dashboard

All control panel functionalities can be accessed via the sidepanel. If you manage several accounts you can select the one you want to work with from the dropdown menu on the top.

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Control panel features


Dashboard gives a quick overview of the status of your sites notifications. Here you can see a simple graph of some key metrics, the total number of sent public and personal notifications, personal notification recipients, and latest sent notification texts.

Notifications - Public

This the place where you can manually create and send public notifications. Here you can also manage your sent public notifications. Public notifications are effectively notification broadcasts. In other words they are visible to all your website visitors.

Notifications - Personal

Here you can create, manage and send personal notifications manually. Here you can also test personal notifications by sending them to yourself.

Notifications - Templates

Here you can create and manage your personal notification templates. Personal notification templates enable you to create templates of messages that you send often to your personal notification recipients.

Mail Layouts

Mail layouts enable you to create different templates for how your email notifications look. You can use HTML-notation to preset for example font styles, colors and fixed text blocks with the templates.

Mail Settings

Here you set basic email delivery settings such SMTP-server parameters. Mailgun, SparkPost and Amazon SES are supported in addition to a regular SMTP-server.


In the "Recipients" -tool you can view and manage your registered personal notification recipients. You can see if they are currently online on your page or not, edit their details including the tags they are attached to. You can also manage the key-value pairs that can be used when creating personal notification templates.

Action buttons

Action buttons are small buttons that can be included to your notifications. They can be used to open a send mail dialog, or redirect the user to a url. They also support GET and POST methods for more advanced use cases.


Here you can view and manage your subscriptions.


In app settings you can manage the basic settings of There you can also enable or disable web push notifications and control the domains that are allowed to open your notification panel. You can also manage your API tokens in Settings page.


In Account you can view basic user data such as the name and email used for registration. You can also manage the linked phone number from the Account feature.


Instructions contains several code examples for using and customising notific. There you can find example code snippets for a) loading the notification reception panel in your site b) creating custom buttons and c) Identifying user that can then be added as personal notification recipients.


Logout logs you out of the control panel.