There can be several reasons why a mobile device might not respond to Bubbl push notifications as expected.
Below are some of the common reasons why a mobile device may not respond to Bubbl push notifications as expected.
To resolve the issue, app developers may need to check the integration and setup of the Bubbl Plugin, ensure that the device has good network connectivity, and check that the user's notification settings are not blocking the delivery of notifications.
App is not registered for push notifications
In order for a mobile device to receive push notifications, the app must be registered to receive push notifications with Bubbl.
If the app is not registered, notifications will not be delivered.
Improper integration of Bubbl
If Bubbl is not properly integrated into the app, notifications may not be delivered as expected.
This could be due to issues with the code, incorrect API keys, or other integration problems.
Improper notification setup
If the notification is not set up correctly, it may not be delivered as expected.
For example, if the notification is not targeted to the correct user segment, it may not be delivered to the intended recipient.
Bubbl service issues
In rare cases, Bubbl may experience service disruptions that can impact the delivery of push notifications.
Poor network connectivity can result in delayed or failed delivery of push notifications.
This could be due to issues with the device's network connection or problems with the server that is sending the notifications.
Users can also control their push notification settings, and if they have disabled notifications for the app, notifications will not be delivered.
Updated about 1 year ago