You can use our push notifications service to send useful messages to your app users.
Why use this feature?
Sending push notifications can be a great way to notify your users of upcoming events, news, promotions, and limited sales. You can also schedule your push notifications in advance to be sent out to your users at a later time.
Note: Use this feature carefully to avoid overwhelming your users. Users receive push notifications even if your app is not currently open on their device. For some targeted tips for sending push notifications to your customers, click here.
To send a Push notification:
- Sign in to your Swiftic account.
- Click Dashboard.
- From the side menu, click Push Notifications.
- Click Edit & Send Notification.
- Under the Send a Notification tab, type a title.
- Type a message.
You can format the text and insert links using the toolbar.
- Click (+) to add an image.
- Browse to the image you want to use.
- Use the drag-n-crop tool to adjust the image.
- Click OK.
- Select on which page you want your application to open when users click the Push Notification.
- If you would like to send the push notification now, click Send. Your users will receive the message within 2 minutes.
If you would like to send the push notification at a later time:
- Check Schedule this push notification.
- Enter or select from the calendar a Date and enter a Time for the notification to be sent.
- Click Save.
Your push notification will be sent out at the date and time you selected.
Note: You can view your scheduled push notifications by clicking the View Scheduled Notifications tab.
To edit or delete a scheduled Push Notification:
- Click the View Scheduled Notifications tab.
- To edit a push notification, click Edit next to the notification you wish to change. Edit the push notification and click Save.
- To delete a push notification, hover over the notification you wish to delete and click that appears. Then click Delete to confirm.
Note: Push notifications appear differently on iPhone and Android devices. As per Apple's design, on iPhone devices, the rich content only appears once a user opens the message and the app opens.
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