If you have automatically tagged screens ("Activities" in Android / "viewControllers" in iOS) and you're also manually tagging other elements as screens (such as Fragments) by using the appsee.StartScreen("..."...Read Article
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If you would like to rename, join or ignore specific detected screens, you can do so using the appseeScreenDetected function which is fired once Appsee has detected a new screen. You can instruct Appsee to ign...Read Article
Appsee's SDK automatically detects and tags Activities (Android) / viewControllers (iOS) as screens. How do you know if you need to split / manually define screens? Watch some videos and if you ...Read Article
Appsee's SDK automatically detects and tags Activities (Andriod) / viewControllers (iOS) as screens. If you are using any other logical component like fragments or anything else to represent your screens, we r...Read Article
Appsee captures screens as viewControllers in iOS and Activity in Andriod. Sometimes, the names of the viewControllers/Activities are not set correctly in the code or are obfuscated with ProGuard (Android). If ...Read Article
Yes, Appsee does support Notifications, which will get notified once specific Appsee events occur. For more information, please visit our API Reference > NotificationsRead Article