Once configured, your push notifications dashboard will show recent trends in your subscribers and notifications history along with a summary of recently created notifications.
The "Platforms" widget is where you can reconfigure the APNS and GCM platforms. This will show an amber, warning alert if the push certificate for APNS is due to expire in under two weeks.
This will show a red critical alert if the certificate has expired! In other words, if you cannot now send notifications to your iOS app! These alerts will be reflected in the App Dashboard.
Click on the cog to see the expiry date of the certificate and upload a new one.
You can view notifications scheduled to be sent in the future by expanding Push in the left menu and clicking "Scheduled".
From here, you can "Edit" the content and data in the notification or "Cancel" the notification. Once a notification has been scheduled, it is not possible to change the target for the notification or the schedule. If you wish to do so, "Cancel" the notification and create a new notification with the required target and/or schedule.
Once a scheduled notification has been sent (for all timezones if "Device Local Time" was selected), it will not be shown under "Scheduled" notifications, but will be shown in "History"
You can view all sent notifications by expanding Push in the left menu and clicking "Sent".
The notifications list shows all sent notifications along with summary information about them. It is split into two tabs:
- Campaign driven push notifications, created and sent from your agency console or by your client from their client portal
- Event driven push notifications, triggered by automation rules and events in your app and sent via the Push API or, if you are using the App Build feature, via KScripts.
For each notification that has been sent, you will be able to see the number of installations targeted, the number to which the notification was sent (this will be the number targeted, less uninstalls and unsubscribes) and the number of users that have tapped on the notification to open the app.
Branded Notification History¶