By default, popups will show on the screen as soon as the page is finished loading. Use your Visitor Actions options in your popup editor to add a delay on your popup. This setting is useful when you want visitors to get accustomed to your page's content before seeing your popup.
In your popup editor Options tab, click edit next to Visitor Actions to find an array of popup delay options. You can set your popups to show only when a visitor has been on a page for a specified length of time, after they've scrolled a certain amount of the page, or when they're moving to exit your store.
Exit-intent delay options are not available on Pixelpop's Basic plan. Click here for more information about Pixelpop pricing and charges.
Add an exit-intent delay
Enabling exit-intent delay on a popup means that the popup will appear only when a visitor moves their cursor to the top of the window as if to close it. Because this action depends on cursor movement, the popup won’t be displayed on mobile devices. This option is only available on paid Pixelpop plans.
Add a page delay
A page delay prevents your popup from displaying until a visitor has visited a specified number of pages. Toggle the option, then specify the number of pages.
Add a time or scroll delay
A time delay prevents your popup from displaying until a specified time (in seconds) has elapsed.
A scroll delay prevents your popup from displaying until the visitor has scrolled down a certain percentage of the page. For example, if the delay is set to 100%, the popup will display when the visitor has scrolled to the very bottom of the page.
If both options are enabled, both conditions must be met before the popup is displayed.