Push helps to deliver messages in various methods and query results. You can schedule a message delivery in accordance with recipient's local time and easily track the result.
Here are the main features of Push.
|Token||An original identifier of a device where the application is installed|
|Tag||A system that classifies UID: many tags can be attached to each UID.|
Below shows the structure of Push Service.
Provides many functions such as certificate management, API testing, and message delivery.
Call Public APIs to register/query tokens, deliver messages, and check feedback
Can easily register/query tokens and receive push messages
In accordance with Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc. (from Article 50 to 50-8), you're also required to enter consent to receive notification/promotional/night-time promotional push messages. Messages are automatically filtered based on such consent, when delivered.
Required to enter a language code when registering a token. You can also specify a country to send messages to.
When a message is written on a common format, it is adjusted to each device before delivered. Likewise, the ready-made common message format of a language code can be applied to any new messages for a corresponding language code and device.
For advertising messages, it is obliged to specifically show in the push messages.
When delivering an advertising message (advertisement), include contact information and how to cancel subscription. Follow each device's language setting to decide whether to insert advertising messages. Only the devices configured in Korean (of which the language code starts with ko, or ko-KR) are required to insert advertising messages, in accordance with Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.
Many types of scheduled message delivery are available, such as once, daily, weekly and monthly delivery.
You may also deliver on local time basis.
Your messages can be setup with Time-to-live, or TTL. When a message remains undelivered beyond TTL, it is processed as a failure. However, ‘0’ has no TTL and hence, deemed not as a failure due to delivery delay.
You can check the status of message delivery in real time on Messages.
Deleted or invalid tokens are automatically deleted when a message is delivered. You can query deleted tokens, using feedback API.
Certificates or API keys are managed by push type.
Public APIs are available to register/query tokens, deliver messages and check feedbacks. You may test Public APIs on APIs.
Click Console > Notification > Push > Enable.