I want to send a PUSH notification with an expiry date. If the notification contains time sensitive information and isn't received after the expiry date/time (for example when the device is offline), it shouldn't be received at all. Can anyone let me know if this is possible?

asked 28 Apr '14, 22:38
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edited 28 Apr '14, 22:39

At the moment the "time to live" feature is available for Android and Amazon devices only through Remote API with the following parameter of the createMessage request:

"android_gcm_ttl": 3600, // Optional. Time to live parameter - the maximum lifespan of a message in seconds

The same functionality for iOS will be supported in our next update in a couple of weeks. It will be available from Pushwoosh Control Panel as well.

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answered 28 Apr '14, 22:56
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