push notifications cost money. That's why there are multiple paid addons for it, then TT which is a horribly coded nightmare
Out of interest, do you, or indeed anyone else, know anything about the mobile apps for vBulletin? How well do they work? Do they only work with core software or with any add-ons? Are there push notifications for these? Also, do any of the other forum software makers have mobile apps?Which, combined with the mobile usage stats posted earlier, it's time for a long overdue well supported first party mobile app that we can subscribe to and trust our data with.
IMHO it's better than before... they are improving it.Your point is....? I have and do, it's very basic and mostly useless. Sorry, I've had the debate about FB search functionality. It's there, but it suuuucks
onesignal.compush notifications cost money
how how how?!?!we have the largest group in our niche industry and its integrated within our forum
Your integrated facebook forums look very nice: https://www.truckmountforums.com/threads/i-cleaned-this-tile-and-grout-with-viper-venom.110288/we have the largest group in our niche industry and its integrated within our forum, you gotta stay ahead of times cause otherwise your forum will just be an old resource.
How do they pay for it? This is great...need development, now!onesignal.com
we have the largest group in our niche industry and its integrated within our forum
Whoa I missed this one. I was actually just about to post an addon request thread.how how how?!?!
For clarification: All I really want is the ability to have notifications pushed out from my forum to user devices as they choose. I don't need a native app or 3rd party app etc. All I want is a push notification that, when tapped, opens the subject of the notifications (convo, new thread, message, like, etc) in a mobile browser window.onesignal.com
Odds are like most of the services that did this... start out free, get you pulled in and then convert over to a paid subscription format for any more than a small use pattern on down the line.How do they pay for it? This is great...need development, now!
For the "free version" they collect info about subscribers, the paid version... well is paid.How do they pay for it?
https://theadminzone.com/resources/...h-notifications-now-with-simple-install.1069/This is great...need development, now!
For the "free version" they collect info about subscribers, the paid version... well is paid.
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Most importantly, OneSignal emphatically remains a free product at all usage levels - we have no plans or intent to charge for our service, and will support clients of any size.
So you are agreeing that the XF2 mobile experience has been built for the audience of XF.com/community and not for the vast majority whom are the audience of XF.com customer sites?
I have administered forums for more than a decade, and never received so many emails with almost the same question:
How to post on your site?
Forums are not social media websites.