Hi,

I'm new to push woosh.

I tried so many ways to remove header and time from push notification.

Header is coming as app name, i don't want to show my app name in pushwoosh notification.

Is there any way to remove pushwoosh header and time in notification bar.

In my case, its like shown in first 4 notifications. Heading (text "example" here marked inside red box) is automatically displayed, which is my app name. I want the notification like fifth one, in which no heading and time is displayed!alt text

Thanks

asked 28 May '15, 13:32
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edited 29 May '15, 04:59

Hi, can you provide a screenshot and illustrate what exactly you want to remove?

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answered 28 May '15, 20:54
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Hi, thanks for the response. I have edited my question with illustration. Please suggest a solution immediately

(29 May '15, 05:04) arunkrishna arunkrishna's gravatar image

Could you please let me know what is the application that shows such messages? I will consult our developers on this matter and let you know.

(29 May '15, 10:23) Benedict Benedict's gravatar image

// Could you please let me know what is the application that shows such messages? // you mean my application name?

(29 May '15, 10:48) arunkrishna arunkrishna's gravatar image

I was wondering what is the application that sends such kind of pushes without header and time. Is it your app?

(29 May '15, 12:05) Benedict Benedict's gravatar image

No.. Its some other app. Is there any solution for this? Please help me...

(29 May '15, 12:11) arunkrishna arunkrishna's gravatar image

Hi, is there a solution for that issue? Perhaps send "null" or "false" at "android_header" or something like that? I have the same problem: I want to send notifications without header to android devices.

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answered 03 Sep '15, 15:07
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