I configured in iOS an autopush based on elapsed time of 1 day since app last open. I exited the application before the weekend and waited for next monday (i.e. today).

Please note I'm just in test phase, so at most one device (mine!) will ever be addressed by notifications. However, I didn't receive any notification. I suppose the reason is because no "subscribers" are registered any more in PushWoosh server for my app. This is strange, as I did receive notifications till last friday, then did not change environment (sandbox/production). When is the value reset?

asked 30 Mar '15, 08:30
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Hello! Could you please provide your Pushwoosh username, and the Autopush in question? We'll take a look at how it was set up and see if there's something that needs to be corrected.

(02 Apr '15, 09:23) XXXX XXXX's gravatar image

I am experiencing similar behavior. I scheduled a push for specific time, repeating every weekday, using a filter to push out to those devices subscribed to testing. No AutoPushes are being received.

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answered 04 Jul '15, 15:36
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Please contact our support team with your username https://www.pushwoosh.com/contact-us/.

(05 Jul '15, 17:38) XXXX XXXX's gravatar image
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