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Several apps configurations for push notifications in Adobe Campaign Classic

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hello,

is it possible to have several app configurations to send push notifications, apart from only two (1 for android and 1 for ios)?

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@smarquro1 -

Yes, you can have more than one application for Android and iOS within the same instance.

For instance - 

You can have mobile apps (e.g- IOS_A, IOS_B) under a specific service (unique internal name).

Similarly, mobile apps (e.g- IOS_C, IOS_D) under another service (unique internal name) can be created.

You can then have the deliveries using the APP you would want to use.

 

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Hello,

If you want to create multiple apps, like one for sandbox and another for production, you can do it in the Adobe campaign for Android and ios.

 

You can follow the below documentation for more details.

 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/sending-messages/sending-push-notific...

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Level 2

Hi,

 

I meant, within the same instance, production for example, having more than one application for Android and iOS.

 

Thanks.

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@smarquro1 -

Yes, you can have more than one application for Android and iOS within the same instance.

For instance - 

You can have mobile apps (e.g- IOS_A, IOS_B) under a specific service (unique internal name).

Similarly, mobile apps (e.g- IOS_C, IOS_D) under another service (unique internal name) can be created.

You can then have the deliveries using the APP you would want to use.