[Free] Extension OneSignalSend | Send onesignal notification from app itself

OneSignalSend :bell::bell:

The extension is created years before but posting in Kodular community now.

Version 4 :What’s new :star2:

  • New properties.
  • Send messages to a specific user.
  • Group your messages together.

Use this Extension to send one signal push notification from your app to your users.

Properties



:pray: Thanks @Juan_Antonio For this tutorial App inventor. Color de decimal a RVA RGB.




  • API key of the app from which you want to send the message.
  • App Id of the onesignal app from which you want to send the message.
  • Accent color of the small icon.

Obtaining AppKey & AppID

  • Create a onesignal app, after setup,

  • Get your **API key **, app id from here

Methods

Method 1

Send by segments

1.Segment

  • Create your own segments or use built-in

  • please note the spelling and capitalization must be correct as in one signal

2.Titlte

  • Notification title

3.Message

  • Notification body, It is compulsory

4.Smallicon

  • set your favorite icon for app icon set it to ya

5.Largeicon

  • Any direct image URL or image in your app.

6.Bigpicture

7.Launchurl

  • Any URL to launch in the external browser.

New:star2::star2:
8.Group message

  • Send message stacking together and
    9.group key is the key to stack these messages together with same group.

Method 2

1.Player id to which you want to send message

  • will look like this ![|312x41](upload://AioeGqP7hv1b8RvjqgYsmJqL9Wm.png)

    2.Titlte

    • Notification title

    3.Message

    • Notification body, It is compulsory

    4.Smallicon

    • set your favorite icon for app icon set it to ya

    5.Largeicon

    • Any direct image URL or image in your app.

    6.Bigpicture

    7.Launchurl

    • Any URL to launch an external browser.

    8.Group message

    • Send message stacking together and 9.group key is the key to stacking these messages together with the same group.

    EVENTS

    Response

    • If response = 200, success
      and if = 400 unsuccesfull

    Notification id

    • Id of notification you send.

    Recipients

    • No. of users received the message.

    Note :warning:

    To receive messages you should first install the app with the onesignal(notification) component.

    Hope it can help you.

    :writing_hand: Give your feedback and suggestions.

  • Don't forget to post your feedback and suggestions.
  • Feel free to ask your doubts.

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    Thank you

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  • 20 Likes

    :heart: Good work

    4 Likes

    Thank you @Jerin_Jacob for this extension.
    It will really help a lot of peoples who are facing one signal component problem.

    3 Likes

    I am one user of this wonderful extension and it works very well in all my projects.

    6 Likes

    excuse me, while i clicked the link it shows this

    Did you try again later? It is working for me right now.

    nope i clicked this
    %E6%93%B7%E5%8F%96
    and it showed that

    hello…thanx for this extension…can you tell me how to turn of pop up alert…thanx

    Hi i am wondering how i can receive the messages.

    use built in push notification component, configure one signal, set it in to your app, search youtube for complete setup tutorial

    Thanks thought it would be an addon because i was using MIT… Now I switched to Kodular. but I am still wondering how I can use tags with the normal one Signal component. So the user should be able to turn push notification off.

    that features are available in phone setting , user can turn off from mobile setting

    I think it would be also usefull to have it in the app setting which I am building right now…

    i think there is an option available set subscription… try that

    yip works thank you very much

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