i follow in this http://docs.pushwoosh.com/docs/rate-my-app-in-app-message but i don't know how to track the ratings. Please tell me how to handle it. Many thanks.

asked 26 Jul, 02:28
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Hi,

In order to assist you better may I ask you to contact our support team via Contact Us form? Please also provide your Pushwoosh username in your request.

Regards, Ivan

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answered 26 Jul, 09:31
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Hello,

Actually, we do have such information in our "Rate My App" Guide: Let's track the ratings!.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions!

Kind regards, Ivan

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answered 26 Jul, 06:16
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Hi Ivan, i know that but i don't know how to handle in my java code. I use PushwooshInApp.getInstance().postEvent("rate_my_app", null, new Callback<void, posteventexception="">() { @Override public void process(@NonNull Result<void, posteventexception=""> result) { Log.d("vvvv", "pocess: " + result.isSuccess()); } });

but when i choose the star, after that click button submit. How to post the rating to pushwoosh. Please help me. Thanks!

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answered 26 Jul, 06:42
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edited 26 Jul, 06:44

Hi Ivan, Thanks for your answer!

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answered 26 Jul, 09:58
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ushwoosh "Rate My App" In-App Message posts event with the name "Rate My App" when user makes the rating. The attribute "rating" for the event contains the rating itself.

You'll need to create this event for your app (as it is only created by default for the "Pushwoosh Demo App") with the "rating" attribute of "Integer" type.

Regards

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answered 28 Sep, 05:01
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