Represents the status of the widget. Can be active or inactive. If the status is inactive, it will not accept any notification creation from the API and the widget will not be visible on any website it's integrated with. This status considered to be the master switch of a Koraki application
This value represents waiting time for the notifications to first appear on screen. The timer starts ticking as soon as the page is fully loaded and ready.
This parameter is to change the waiting time between two notifications.
This value is for the visible time of the notification. It will disappear after given amount of time.
This select box represents where the Koraki widget should appear on websites. Widget position can have one of the following values.
This switch can enable or disable Koraki widget on mobile devices. If turned off, Koraki widget will not appear for users who visit your site using mobile devices.
Just like widget position on website, this represents the position to display the widget on mobile screens. It can have one of the following values.
Maximum active notification count before it repeats. Koraki will keep given number of most recent notifications and archive the older ones.
Lifetime of a notification before it's expired. Koraki shows notifications created last given number of days.