I’m sending push notifications on my backend and having some good success so far.
My handling on the app side is pretty simple, I just show up a local alert.
And for iOS, I set the badge count to 0, when the notification origin is either ‘selected’ or ‘received’.
Right now however, I only seem to be able to increment the badge count by 1 in the ‘badge’ property sent with the push notification object on the server.
So the badge count is only ever 1 or 0.
Is there any way I can just increment the badge count by 1 when I send the push notification? If not, how else would I be able to do this?
Hi @judgejab, the badge count field in the notification payload is an absolute number, not a delta. Are you ever setting the badge count to a number other than 0 or 1?
I’m not, though I’m not sure how I would be able to ever do anything but that?
If my handleNotifications function in my app was to use something like:
getBadgeNumberAsync().then(count => setBadgeNumberAsync(number + 1)
How would this code ever be run if the app was closed?
I want to clear all notifications as soon as the user opens the app as they’ll be shown all of them upon opening.
By any chance did you got to know how to implement badge count
@judgejab were you able to fix this, I am having same issue, I send push from server and I don’t get to see badge count on iOS. @ide