Show Recently Published Articles

Recommend recently published articles to end-users

Show Recently Published Articles is an On-Site notification template that can keep the end-users engaged on the website by showing them the latest published articles and preventing drop-offs.



To get started with this template, we would need a LIVE RSS feed of your website to be configured at our end to show the latest articles. Please note that currently, we can configure only one RSS feed for any website.

Additionally, ensure that the below IPs are whitelisted so that our servers are able to successfully crawl your website for information:


Reach out to [email protected] once the IPs are whitelisted and provide the LIVE RSS feed that you'd like to configure for your website.

Once you receive confirmation that this has been configured, follow the below steps for setup and publish to the website.

  1. Click on the On-Site Notification button in your dashboard -
  1. Click on Get Started -
  1. Click on the Continue button in template for Show Recently Published Articles -
  1. Update Title and Top Border
  2. Update Trigger and Timing
  3. Turn On the On-Site Notifications
  4. Publish

Customize Content & Appearance

Here you can modify the colour and opacity of -

  • Title
  • Top Border

Triggers for showing Recently Published Articles -

Exit Intent(works on Dekstop only) - When the end-user tries to exit the tab or close the browser.

Timing - Once the end-user spends X seconds on the website

Scroll percentage - Once the end-user scroll X% of the screen



If all 3 check boxes are checked then whichever trigger is triggered first then the On-Site notification will be displayed.


Repeat On-Site Delay - After X amount of time the On-Site notification triggers will be reset

Show Dismissed On-Site again after - The On-Site notification triggers will be reset after X amount of time when the end-user dismisses it.



  1. Click on the Campaign Name
  1. Check the Analytics(Available Stats - Impressions, Clicked and Dismissed)