4. RE: Lock File… doh!
Chris Geirman

Not 100% sure on this but I think that when a user says they don’t want to receive notifications from your app your device tells APNS (Apple Push Notification Service) that notifications shouldn’t be delivered. I believe the process of delivering a push notification is as follows

  1. Your app sends some notification payload to OneSignal
  2. OneSignal receives the payload & target user(s)
  3. OneSignal delivers (and will continue to try delivering) the payload to the push notification service (be it APNS, FCM (Google), etc) — this is the real power of one of these services
  4. APNS or equivalent will deliver the notification to the user device. This is the service that holds the user’s final notification preference
  5. User receives the push notification
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