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Natively using OneSignal service to provide the Push Notifications support inside of your application. More details here: https://onesignal.com/

Notifications can give people timely and important information, whether the device is locked or in use. For example, notifications can signal when a message arrives, an event is about to occur, or there’s a status change.

To configure your app to work with push notifications, you need to do the following steps:

  1. Enable the Push Notification feature.

  2. Enter all relevant push notification information in the Natively dashboard.

    1. (Only for iOS) Permission description - The permission description text should explain to the user why your app needs that permission. Refer to Apple's guidelines to avoid potential rejection.

    2. One Signal App Id - App ID used by the One Signal service to send push notifications.

    3. Push Auto Register (v2.12.0) - Automatically calls Push Notification permission on app launch

    4. Custom Notification Sound - can be used later to send push with custom sound.

  3. (Only for iOS) Enable "Push Notification" capabilities for your App.

    1. Go to the Apple Developer Identifiers -> Find your app's Bundle ID. Click on it

    2. Scroll down and enable "Push Notifications". Click Save.

  4. Rebuild your application

If you have 2 apps (iOS and Android) for 1 website, you need 1 OneSignal application with 2 platforms enabled.

How to use Push Notifications?

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