iOS Tab

In our iOS tab we design the message that will be sent to out iOS users.


Note: If you wish to create an interactive notification you will need to follow some additional steps which can be found here.

iOS Tab Content


  1. The message text that will be sent to users, can include:
    • Emojii
    • Personalised Content, like a user's first name if user attributes are being sent to platform as part of the integration
  2. Custom sounds can be integrated into your app. Here you would enter the filename of the sound you wish to play when the user receives a notification, e.g. a sports app might play a final whistle sound
  3. The badge number for the notification. Appears top left of App icon best used when your app has an inbox or some way of persisting notifications  within the App  
  4. The action that will occur when the user clicks on the notification,The options are
    • Default Action (Open App)        
    • URL (Open a URL either inside or outside the app)
    • Deeplink (Open a certain part of the app)
    • HTML page (Opens a custom HTML page designed by you)
  5. Add a (key,value) payload to the notification delieved to the user. You may have custom payloads available as part of your integration. Payloads are not initially visible to the user but if the push is opened the app can access some payload values from the push message and perform some custom behaviour with them.

  6. Preview mode, preview what your message will look like on an iOS device.


 Emojii and Personalisation options in campaign builder

Multi-Language Message
If you are creating a multi-language campaign, you can create new message content for each of the languages you selected in the setup tab.
The above example demonstrates a campaign that focuses on English speaking users and Italian users.
A/B Testing
If you have selected A/B testing from the setup tab, it is possible to send out different message variants from a single campaign. You can then compare them and determine which method was most successful with your users. 

Variant A
Variant B

Variant C
The above example shows three different variations of the same message and each will be sent out to an portion of the users targeted in this campaign. This allows you test rand refine your process and determine what is the most effective ways of engaging with users.
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