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The Coupons block allows large retailers to small shop owners to discount specials with a coupon in the app. App users can open coupons in the app and redeem them at shops.
The coupons can also be set to be available via email. This means users need to enter their email address in order to receive a redeemable coupon.
- 1.Click on + block.
- 2.Select the Coupons block from the Basic tab and click Add this block.
- 3.Change the name and the icon of the block, if desired, and click Add this block.
- 4.When you’re done, click Finish.
The Coupons building block editor is composed of three editing screens; Data, Settings, and Design.
The Data screens allows you maintain the content of the block, the Settings screen gives you control of the Top Image settings, and the Design settings will determine the aesthetics of the block.
This is where you add reward items that can be redeemed using the coupon. This section works like a List in the app.
To add an item to the list, click on the Add new item button.
You can add new coupons in this screen.
You can then enter the coupon's title, description, image, you can specify if the coupon is a "on-time offer," the date range for when the coupon is valid, and the details asked of customers registering to use a one-time offer coupon. Merchants can add a bar code as an image if they have discounts that can be scanned. Please note, though, that this doesn't always work depending on the brightness of the device's screen.
You can add the data for your new coupons in this pop-up.
To edit a coupon, click on the pencil icon that appears when you hover over the coupon in the Data list.
The icons to edit or delete a coupon are on the right of each coupon in the list.
The trash can icon next to the pencil icon can be used to delete the coupon.
The Data tab allows you maintain the content of the block, the "Settings" screen gives you control of the "Top Image" settings, the "Confirmation Message" for when a coupon is redeemed and the email settings. You can also change the text on the "Redeem" button.
Should the need arise to keep the users of your published app from using this portion of the app, then you can always make use of the "Activated" selector.
Change the selector to "OFF" to keep users from seeing the Coupons block. Now you can continue developing your app without worrying about users coming upon areas that you haven't finished developing as of yet. Once you are satisfied with your progress, change the selector back to "ON" to publish this portion of your app.
Create your coupon. The most important setting that can influence how the coupon operates is the "One-time offer" option. Selecting this option will limit the number of times a user on a specific device can use this coupon. Users will need to submit certain information in order to redeem the Coupon. Even if they delete the app and reinstall it, redeemed coupons will stay redeemed.
Customers can redeem regular coupons at any time by showing the merchant the coupon in the app. For one-time offer coupons, the customer should fill in the required information and submit it in the presence of a merchant.