You may have noticed that on a Paywall's Overview Tab there is a status indicator.

This status is here to help you make sure that you don't accidentally try to use a paywall in your app when it isn't fully ready to go.

The status indicator has 3 states:

How should you think about each of these states?

  • Fully Configured - Every possible field you can configure for your Paywall has been set!   Great job!
  • Minimally Configured - Enough fields have been set that the Paywall may be used in your app.  There are many reasons you may not want to use every possible field!
  • Not Configured - A key field of your Paywall has not been set which could cause it to not work properly in your app.

These states vary for each type of Paywall.  Let's take a look at what they mean for both types of Paywalls.

Nami Paywall

Fully Configured 

The following fields have been set:

  • Content Tab - Title has been entered
  • Content Tab - Body has been entered
  • Products Tab - At least 1 product has been selected
  • Look & Feel Tab - Artwork has been uploaded for both Phone and Tablet view
  • Legal Tab - Purchase terms have been entered

Minimally Configured

The following fields have been set:

  • Products Tab - At least 1 product has been selected
  • Look & Feel Tab - Artwork has been uploaded for both Phone and Tablet view

Not Configured

If your Paywall is in this state, one of the following is true:

  • Products Tab - No products have been selected
  • Look & Feel Tab - One background image is missing

What if I don't have a phone or tablet version of my app?

No problem!  Just upload the same image for both the Phone and Tablet background artwork and everything will work!

App Defined Paywall

The App Defined Paywall works a bit differently than the Nami Paywall.  For this type of paywall there are only two states.

Fully Configured

The App Defined Paywall is Fully Configured when you have entered a Developer Paywall ID.

Not Configured

This Paywall is Not Configured when the Developer Paywall ID is empty.

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