The simple and fast use of Livewatch is still very important to us. We would like to make controlling your tests as easy as possible for you, especially in the event of an alarm.
We have expanded various contact types to include additional information that you will receive in the event of an alarm. Among other things, we are now sending you the url to the Livewatch check page so that you can quickly land on the corresponding page of the check.
In addition, we have further stabilized the types of checks and enriched them with additional content.
Here we answer questions about server monitoring from Livewatch. If you have a question that we have not yet answered here, please contact us.
A push notification is an automatic message sent by an application or service to a device without the application being actively open on the device. These notifications are "pushed" or actively sent from the server to the client, rather than the client actively checking for updates.
Here are some important features of push notifications:
Active delivery: Push notifications are sent from the server to the device without the app or browser actively running. This allows important information to be sent to the user immediately, even when the app is in the background or closed.
Direct Communication: Push notifications enable direct communication between the server and the user's device. This is particularly useful for notifying users of events, updates, or relevant information.
Adjustable permissions: Users typically have control over which apps or services are allowed to send push notifications. This ensures that users are not bothered by unwanted notifications.
Different Platforms: Push notifications are supported on different platforms such as iOS, Android and Web. The implementation may vary depending on the platform, but the basic concept remains similar.
Versatile Application: Push notifications are used in a variety of applications including messaging apps, social media, email, news apps and more. They are an effective way to keep users informed of updates and relevant information.
Examples of push notifications are:
Message notifications: Notifications about incoming messages in messaging apps.
Updates: Notifications about software or app updates.
Events: Notifications about upcoming events, appointments or activities.
It is important that push notifications are used responsibly to ensure a positive user experience and not overburden users. Users should also have the ability to customize push notification settings based on their preferences.