Tag Dialogs in a Mobile App

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Android

Note: Available with SDK 2.6 and higher.

You can tag dialogs in your app as a new page. Open the required page, open the dialog, and tag it. It is saved as a new page, and you'll get separate analytics for it.

When tagging dialogs, the Pendo capture button (pink camera) might show behind the dialog and won’t be clickable. From SDK version 2.21, you can use the ‘volume up’ button on your device to trigger a screen capture.

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iOS

Note: Available with SDK 2.7 and higher.

Alert controller dialogs with iOS cannot be tagged as pages due to an Apple OS limitation, but you can tag the features within them. Note that elements in alert controllers are tagged as 'App-Wide', meaning, we calculate user clicks on them in any screen of the application. For example: If you have two alert dialogs in your app with OK / Cancel buttons, we will calculate the clicks on these buttons from both alert dialogs as if they were the same one. 

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