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Automated Push Notification for High Demand Product
Automated Push Notification for High Demand Product

Set up automated push notifications with Shopify Flow to update customers about a high demand product.

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Written by Rojen
Updated over a week ago

Instead of going through the process of creating a new push campaign every time you launch a high demand product, set up an automated workflow to make Shopify Flow do it for you! With this workflow, customers will receive a notification the minute you update your inventory with a high demand product, simplifying your process and keeping your customers informed.

Let's see how you can set this up. This workflow aims to send an automated push notifications for limited edition products. You can change the term accordingly within the workflow.

1. Click on ‘Shopify Flow’ from the ‘Apps’ page on your Shopify dashboard

2. Click on ‘Create Workflow’

3. Select ‘Add Trigger’ and click on ‘Product Added to Store’

4. Select ‘Add Condition’ and click ‘Tags’ from the first dropdown.

5.  In the second dropdown, click on ‘'Any of product tags match the following' from the options.  

6. Click on ‘includes’ from the third dropdown.

7. In the text box, write ‘limited’ as the tag. You can change this tag accordingly.

8. Select ‘Add Action’. 

9. A sidebar will appear on the right. Scroll down to find ‘Send Push Campaign’.

10. Fill in the fields as mentioned below or customize it according to your needs.

  1. Title for Campaign: ‘Limited edition {{product.title}} is here’

  2. Message for Campaign (optional): ‘Sleek, stylish, and in great demand. Grab it now!’

  3. Primary Link: {{product.onlineStoreUrl}} 

  4. Image (optional): {{product.featuredImage.originalSrc}}

11. Name the workflow ‘Limited Edition Product Push’ and click ‘ Save’.

12. Click on the switch at the top right to enable the automation.

Here’s what the workflow will look like:

You can download the workflow here:

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