Every in-appmessage or push notification coming from MBurger can have an array of triggers, those are managed entirely by the MBAutomation SDK that evaluates them and show the mssage only when the conditioon defined by the triggers are matched.

If thre are more than one trigger, they can be evaluated with 2 methods:

  • any: once one of triggers becomes true the message is displayed to the user

  • all: all triggers needs to be true in order to show the message.

Here's the list of triggers managed by automation SDK:

App opening

MBAppOpeningTrigger: Becoomes true when the app has been opened n times (times property), it's checked at the app startup.


MBEventTrigger: Becomes true when an event happens n times (times property)

Inactive user

MBInactiveUserTrigger: Becomes true if a user has not opened the app for n days (days parameter)


MBLocationTrigger: If a user enters a location, specified by latitude, longitude and radius. This trigger can be activated with a day delay defined as the afterDays property. The location data comes from the MBAudienceSwift SDK.

Tag change

MBTagChangeTrigger: If a tag of the MBAudienceSwift SDK changes and become equals or not to a value. It has a tag property (the tag that needs to be checked) and a value property (the value that needs to be equal or different in order to activate the trigger)


MBViewTrigger: it's activated when a user enters a view n times (times property). If the secondsOnView the user needs to stay the seconds defined in order to activate the trigger.

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