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[Custom Roundups] Page-specific notifications

Show off a Custom Roundup notification for one page.

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Written by Hideko
Updated over a week ago

Do you want to highlight a specific product and display social proof notifications for that one specific product on your website? This Advanced add-on to Custom Roundps is the solution!

(The process is the same to aggregate signups for 1 newsletter, product reviews for 1 product, and any other specific customer behavior.)

You can use a Custom Roundup and specify the "aggregate URL" to achieve this!

The Custom Roundups notification aggregates individual purchases, reviews, signups, and any series of individual Events, into one aggregate notification that looks like:

Custom Roundups automatically aggregates all Events of the same URL. So all "Crop Top Tshirt" orders and all "Long Sleeve Tshirt" orders are aggregated together into notifications like "X people bought Crop Top Tshirt" and "X people bought Long Sleeve Tshirt" and shown on all pages.

If you have a lot of products, this can be an overwhelming number of notifications!

However, when you add an aggregate URL, your Roundup notification will only count Events with this same URL.

For example, if you want to only show off aggregate purchases or add to cart events for your Crop Top Tshirt, you should add your Crop Top Tshirt URL as your aggregate URL.

You can find this feature within Integrations > Custom Roundups > Advanced Options:

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Once you click, you'll see the "aggregate URL" input:

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Note: Fomo aggregates Events by the "event URL", which can be identified by clicking your Events tab > hovering over an Event > clicking "edit" > copying the "event URL" input:

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The Event URL must match *exactly* with what you've added to the "Aggregate URL" input from above. We recommend you simply copy and paste :)

That's all - now only the roundup for Crop Top Tshirt will be shown on all pages:

Note: If you want to hide notifications from specific pages, you can do so with a Page Rule.

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