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Your Own Paywall in the Purchasely Console

How to add your your own paywall in Purchasely and do a A/B test

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Written by Kirupa
Updated over a week ago

With our SDK version 3.5.0, we have launched a feature called the Your Own Paywall.

This feature allows you to use your paywall with the Purchasely platform to benefit from these advantages:

  1. You can expedite your Purchasely implementation process by displaying your own paywall within your app as soon as you have integrated the Purchasley SDK.

  2. You can use your paywall with placements.

  3. When you call the placement, we provide you with a paywall id and associated plans.

  4. You can target your audience more effectively using your own paywall.

  5. You can A/B tests paywalls between your paywalls or between your paywall and Purchasely paywalls to see what works best.

  6. You get the conversion rate of the Your Own Paywall

How to create your paywall in the Purchasely Console?

⚠️ It's mandatory to use our SDK version 3.5.0 or above in order to use this feature.

Step 1:

Login to Purchasely > Click on Paywalls > Click on New paywall > Choose the Your own paywall from the paywall templates

Step 2:

In the Paywall > information section fill the

1. Name: The name of the paywall used within Purchasely

2. VendorID: Paywall id used within Purchasely.

Step 3:

In the Paywall > design section

Background image: upload a screenshot of your paywall to see it at first glance in our console

Step 4:

In the Paywall > Plans section, select the plans that you are going to show in this paywall.

Step 5:

In the Paywall > Fallback section,

Choose a paywall from the Fallback presentation which will be displayed if there is an issue with your paywall or if you use an older version of our SDK

Step 6:

Publish the paywall.

Step 7:

Meanwhile, your developer has to use our new fetchPresentation method as described in our documentation:

As soon as the technical and console implementation of the Your Own Paywall is completed successfully, you can add it to a placement, target a specific audience and run A/B test.

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