Visit Superwall Events to see a full list of parameters that you can use with these events.
This is registered when a user manually dismisses any paywall.
You can combine this with rules to show a paywall when a user closes a specific paywall:
Here, when a user closes the paywall named
Example Paywall | Non Gated, a new paywall will show.
Note that you can’t reference parameters that you’ve passed in to your original register call in your rules for
This is registered when a response to a paywall survey as been recorded. First, you need to make sure your paywall has a survey attached.
You can combine this with rules to show a paywall whenever a survey response is recorded or when the user gives a specific response:
Here if the user selects an option named
Too Expensive, they will see another paywall. This is a great opportunity to show a discounted paywall to improve your conversion rate.
This is registered when a user opens the app via a deep link. First, you need to make sure to tell Superwall when a deep link has been opened.
You can use the URL parameters of the deep link within your rules:
This rule will match the deep link