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Is it possible to dynamically send daily push notifications to users from a database of content in Adalo?

  • 4 June 2022
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Hello, I’m new to all this so apologies if this is a stupid question.

I have made a very simple app in Adalo. It does not currently require user login. My app has a database of text content which users can view on the app. I also want to send push notifications every day to all my users based from this content. All users should get the same content each day, and the content will change every day. 

e.g. imagine all users getting a notification on Monday to say “Happy Monday” - this content will come from my app database. 

Is this possible? Where do I start?

Thank you!


Best answer by Troy Tessalone 4 June 2022, 16:23

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Hi @Maxter

Good question.

Are you trying to send in-app notifications or some other type of notification? (e.g. email, sms, etc.)

Thanks for getting back to me, @Troy Tessalone! I’m trying to send push notifications on someone’s mobile device, which they will typically see on their lock screen. I’m basically trying to use these notifications as “reminders” for them to come back to the app once a day. 

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Hi @Maxter 

Have you reviewed this Adalo help article for in-app push notifications?

Otherwise, check out these Zap apps for in-app notifications:

NOTE: Most apps work on a per record basis.

So if you’re trying to do bulk blasts, then you may have to configure that differently.