By default, a welcome message that explains how to invoke Instabug will be shown to your app users within 10 seconds of starting their first session after the SDK is integrated. The welcome mode can be set to live, beta, or disabled using the method below. The default welcome mode is set to live.
You can also edit the content of the message using the method and keys found in the Locale page.
Instabug.setWelcomeMessageState(WelcomeMessage.State.BETA); // For beta testers Instabug.setWelcomeMessageState(WelcomeMessage.State.LIVE); // For live users Instabug.setWelcomeMessageState(WelcomeMessage.State.DISABLED); // Disable welcome message
Instead of showing the welcome message automatically, you can manually show the welcome message in either live or beta mode using the following method.
Instabug.showWelcomeMessage(WelcomeMessage.State.BETA); // For beta testers Instabug.showWelcomeMessage(WelcomeMessage.State.LIVE); // For live users
Invocation Method Set to None?
If you're invocation method is set to "none", the welcome message will not appear to your users.
This mode is primarily aimed at users of your production builds, or live apps.
A single popup appears to your users with instructions on how to invoke Instabug depending on the invocation method you're using.
Examples of the welcome message that appears to users in live apps depending on the invocation method set.
This mode is primarily aimed at beta testers of your development builds, or beta apps.
A three-step on-boarding flow appears to your testers. First, your testers see a welcome message customized for beta testers. The second screen explains how to invoke Instabug depending on the invocation method you're using. The third and last screen reminds your testers to use the latest version of your application in order to access all your latest fixes and features.
An example of the three-step on-boarding flow that appears to users in beta apps.