With Push notifications plugin for WordPress you can send push notifications when you publish or update a post or a page.
1. Download the pushwoosh plugin
2. Unzip and upload to your plugins directory (“/wp-content/plugins/” is default)
Configure the plugin on the settings page in your WordPress admin dashboard:
1. Set your Pushwoosh Application Code as given in your Pushwoosh Control Panel
2. Copy-paste your Remote API authorization token from your Pushwoosh Control Panel
You are all set!
To notify your users when you publish a post, type the message in “Message field” and make sure that “Send a push notification when the post is updated” in is checked.
Make sure you specified the push title in the “Safari Title” field, otherwise your Safari subscribers won't receive the notification.
The plugin automatically uses a shortened URL in the ?p=12345 format instead of a placeholder you set in Safari Configuration section in Pushwoosh. Thus, in Safari settings, specify the URL Template and placeholder as , so that the resulting URL will be http://youwebsite.com/?p=12345
Special thanks to Rafael Fischmann for his help with testing and debugging the plugin.