Hi,

I need to send Push through API to more than 1000 devices. The specification indicates that the numbers of device token could not exceed 1000. How to manage it to consider various /createMessage as part of same campaign ? For instance if I should send 4000 push, I'll create 4 /createMessage (it exists another way ?) but I'd like to be "joined" on statistics.

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asked 26 Jan '16, 20:12
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Hi, Viktor! You are right: to send 4000 pushes you need to sent 4 requests. However, you can use our "Campaigns" feature to collect joined statistics on them. Please look for more information at http://docs.pushwoosh.com/docs/campaigns Could you please try it and let me know whether it suits your needs well enough?

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answered 03 Feb '16, 10:32
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edited 04 Feb '16, 06:26

My campaigns are dynamic I should create them dynamicaly through API, I didn't find any endpoints on doc about. Could I manage it through API ?

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answered 03 Feb '16, 15:00
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Hi Victor,

You can create campaigns through API starting from the Gold account.

By the way, could you describe your use case with 4000 tokens handling? “Devices” parameter is primarily intended for targeting single devices, while Pushwoosh actually offers a better tool for segmenting large user groups as well as individual device targeting. You can read more about this functionality at http://docs.pushwoosh.com/docs/segmentation-tags-and-filters

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answered 04 Feb '16, 13:49
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edited 05 Feb '16, 16:33

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My campaigns are dynamic I should create them dynamicaly through API, I didn't find any endpoints on doc about. Could I manage it through API ?

Yes, there is a specific API method, which is offered starting from the Gold level.

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answered 05 Feb '16, 16:34
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What is the specific API method please ?

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answered 12 Feb '16, 16:29
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