There is a “Request Notifications” action type that triggers a user to allow notifications.
How can I check if the user actually allowed notifications?
I have a dedicated screen for requesting permissions and I need to know when I should show the screen.
There’s no information in the help docs on how it works.
Not sure there is a direct way to get this info. Though you can try to use Adalo API as a workaround.
See the document here: https://help.adalo.com/integrations/the-adalo-api/push-notifications.
The key thing will be using the response from the API. So, the logic might be:
- user visits the screen in the app, where you have “request notification permissions” action
- user answers yes or no (we don’t know it now)
- in some time, you send Push notification to this user
- if you get “failed” > 0, then it means user hasn’t allowed notifications
- if you get “successful” > 0, then user has enabled notifications for your app. This is the info you need.
Such approach might require some testing, though it’s worth exploring from my point of view
Best regards, Victor.
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