Notifications API

Send customized push notifications for improved engagement with end users.


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Simplify your contacts

Send push notifications without needing a user's email address or phone number.

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Make it personal

Personalized each message easily through notification parameters and deep links.

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Engage more

Use timely, smart messaging to engage users more with your business.

What is it?

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The Notifications API allows you to send push notifications to Fourth end users. You can send either informational messages that the user can dismiss after reading, or messages that deep link to a specific application on the end user's phone. Each message is personalized to the end user through notification parameters and unique deep links. And in a single API request, you can message up to a thousand recipients.

The Notification API is available to all partners, and is particularly beneficial for partners with a connected application. It is an HTTP REST API, which makes integration easy. 

Why use it?

Push notifications are an excellent way to keep users up-to-date, motivate them to act, and generally engage with them. Fourth's solution is designed with hospitality partners in mind, allowing you to message mobile phones without needing a user's phone number, email address, or an installed application on the phone.

Whether it’s a task that needs to be completed, holiday approvals, shift changes or a direct message, push notifications ensure that users are kept in the loop. And by providing a smooth and informed experience to employees, you minimise the number of queries that your client's managers have to deal with, which further enhances the positive user experience your clients have with your business.

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Getting Started

  1. Get in touch

    Contact Fourth and talk to one of our experienced Implementation Consultants.

  2. Develop and test

    We'll provide you with a set of credentials to access the API and a test environment against which you can develop your application.

  3. Go live!

    Transition from the test environment to live!