how to I push a message to an specific device from the web console (i.e. not programatically)?

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asked 12 May '14, 12:52
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jendara
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Hello,

Could you please describe your use-case a bit more? Please note that there a Test device feature that allows you to send a notification to the list of specified devices, so in case you would like to see how the push would look like, you can use it.

If you would like to send a notification to the group of your users, I can suggest using Filters.

As for the sending individual messages to your subscribers, I have consulted with our developers, and we actually are going to implement this feature, but at the moment I cannot provide any ETA.

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answered 14 May '14, 10:26
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Dmitry Dyudeev
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I'm looking for the same thing. Theres a devices key that requires device id but i cannot get udid or mac address with objective c. Ive read on other sites i can use [[UIDevice currentDevice] identifierForVendor]] but I dont understand will pooshwoosh just know to use this id if the sdk is being used on the app?

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