We are currently using the UA Message center functionality for our native platforms (through the native SDK's) and now want to implement it to our web platform as well.
But we fail to see how we can retrieve the Message center using the UA Web SDK, is UA missing support for message center on Web?
If it is, is there another way to retrieve and manipulate the messages in the Message center?

// John

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  • Hello John,

    Thanks for reaching out to Airship Technical Support! Unfortunately, our web SDK is not designed to include Message Center capability at the moment. Here is some documentation around the various features and functionality provided via our Web SDK: https://docs.airship.com/platform/web/getting-started/

    That being said, it will be great if you could share some additional details explaining your use case. I will be happy to create product feedback for our Product/Engineering team to take a look at. This is the team that determines what changes/updates will be made to Airship and the projected timeline for those changes/updates once they have been vetted and approved within their roadmap.


    Arushi S.
    Technical Support Engineer
    Airship | San Francisco, CA

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  • The specific functionality and design of a Message Center for Web can vary widely depending on the platform or website it's associated with. Here are some common elements and features you might find in a web-based message center:

    1. Inbox: This is where users can see incoming messages or communications through Proxy. Messages are often organized chronologically, with the newest messages appearing at the top.

    2. Compose: Users can typically compose and send messages to other users or recipients. This often includes the ability to add attachments, format text, and select recipients.

    3. Folders or Labels: Messages are often organized into folders or labeled/tagged for easy categorization and retrieval.

    4. Search: Users can search for specific messages or conversations based on keywords, sender, date, etc.

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  • A web-based message center is an essential tool for modern digital communication, enabling seamless interaction and efficient management of messages. This platform centralizes all forms of communication, including emails, instant messages, social media notifications, and customer support tickets, into a single, user-friendly interface Male reality calculator. It allows users to access their messages from any device with internet connectivity, ensuring that they remain connected and responsive regardless of their location.

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