The Project Dashboard: Messages

The dashboard is the Urban Airship web interface located at It has two levels:

  1. A list of all your messaging and wallet pass projects.
  2. An individual messaging or wallet pass project, after you've opened it from the list of all your projects.

This document explains the project dashboard for messages. See also:

Dashboard elements

The header shows the project icon, name, and environment type. To switch between your six most recent projects, click the arrow next to the project name, then select from the list. A link to return all your projects is at the bottom of the list. You can also return to all your projects by clicking the Urban Airship logo at the top of the page.

To create a new message, click Create, then choose a workflow. See: Message and Workflow Types.

  • Messages has your message history, message templates, logs, tools, and more.

  • Audience contains information about your app or website users, and tools to help you effectively target your messages.

  • Reports provide in-depth analysis of your project's messaging use.

  • Settings is where you set up and configure your project.

Monthly Activity

Your current month's activity is displayed when you open the project. Click the arrows to change the month.

  • Total App Pushes Sent: Monthly total to date, percentage change from prior month, daily trend.

  • App Opens: Monthly total to date, percentage change from prior month, daily trend.

  • Average Time In App: Average number of minutes (for the given time period) per user session, percentage change from prior month, hourly trend.


Monthly Activity does not include Web Notify at this time.

Message Activity

All messages for the month are listed, latest messages first. This list is identical to the list in Messages » Messages Overview » History.

Error Console

The Error Console provides a list of errors related to your project's service settings, the implementation of your project, or any push notifications that you've attempted to send.

Click Error Console in the right side of the page footer to expand the console and reveal any errors.