You configure the push notifications for the iOS mobile app in a new or an already existing iOS certificate set that contains mobile provisioning with push notifications enabled. You must upload a .p12 file containing an Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificate used for push notifications. After you configure the options described in the following procedure, push notifications will be enabled for the iOS mobile app.
- If necessary, generate a new APNs certificate for push notifications for your iOS app from the Apple Developer Portal and save it to your directory. For more information, see the Generating mobile certificates for the iOS platform Pega Community article.
- Edit a certificate set that has mobile provisioning configured for push notifications.
In other words, the certificate set should have the APNs field displayed at the
bottom.For more information, see Opening an existing iOS certificate set.
- Set up the push notifications certificate by uploading a push notification
certificate.For more information, see Uploading a push notifications certificate.
- Click Submit.
- Configuring push notifications for Android apps
Keep the users up-to-date with various events in your business process by enabling automatic push notifications in your mobile app for Android devices.
- Sending push notifications with the push console
Send custom push notifications to all or specific users of your mobile app by using the push console in the mobile channel.
- Adding the push notifications shape to a workflow
You configure push notifications by adding a Push Notification smart shape to a workflow. You add a Push Notification smart shape before an assignment shape and configure it to send a push notification to a user's mobile device. The notification indicates that an appraisal is ready for user's review.
- Push notifications in a mobile app for iOS
To configure and enable push notifications for iOS apps, use the Apple Developer Portal to create and obtain mobile provisioning and push notifications (APNs) certificate files.