I've seen some comments here on how to clear the badge count after sending a push notification. I've seen them for Phonegap and for iOS native, but not for Titanium. I can't figure out how to reset it to 0 after a user opens the app.

I basicaly sent a notification with badge count 1, then do PushWoosh.sendBadge(0);, and now want to remove the badge icon. So a next push notification will show up as 1 again..

asked 03 Jul '14, 13:18
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Generally, any of the first three options here should do the trick. Please note that sendBadge changes the badge value saved on our servers, which is very important in case you would like to use incremental badges.

Please let us know about the results!

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answered 07 Jul '14, 10:50
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Dmitry Dyudeev

Awesome, thanks! Didn't occur to me that clearing badges would ofcourse be a system call instead of your API. Fixed with 'Titanium.UI.iPhone.setAppBadge(null);' and working exactly as I intended.

(07 Jul '14, 12:10) michelb michelb's gravatar image


Do we need to include this in the callback function!! please let me know. Thanks.

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answered 08 Jan '15, 12:59
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Please do not post irrelevant answers to the topic question.

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