As a plug-in developer you can alert your users within Touch Portal for certain events. This system should only be used for important messages that the user has to act on. Examples are new updates for the plugin or changing settings like credentials. Maybe your user has set up the plug-in incorrectly which is also a good reason to send a notification to alert them to the issue and propose a solution.
To trigger a notification you should send a message to Touch Portal with the following structure:
You are only allowed to send user critical notifications to help them on their way. Advertisements, donation request and all other non-essential messages are not allowed and may result in your plug-in be blacklisted from the notification center.
|notificationId||Text||Yes||4.0||This is the id of this notification. Every notification with a unique id will have its own entry in the notification center. The same id should be used for the same kind of message to the user. For example; if you want to show a notification to update to a specific version, use the same id each time you send this notification. This will just show the one notification to the user.|
|title||Text||Yes||4.0||This is the title of the notification.|
|msg||Text||Yes||4.0||This is the message that is shown in the notification to the user.|
|options||Array||Yes||4.0||This is the collection of options to go with your notification. When a user clicks on the action it will be send to the plugin. The plug-in then can react on the choice the user made. Usually this will contain only one option such as an "Update" or "More Info" option. At least one option is required.|
|id||Text||Yes||4.0||This is the id of the notification option. This id will be send back to the plug-in if the user selects the option.|
|title||Text||Yes||4.0||This is the title of the notification option.|