The Dashboard is what we call the navigational and informational views of your Urban Airship apps. There are two levels:
- All your apps, listed at go.urbanairship.com/apps. See Your Apps.
- An individual app, after you’ve opened it from the list of all your apps. See App Dashboard.
The top-level dashboard is a list of all your apps, with a New App button in the upper right corner. Check out Getting Started to create a new app.
Each app’s pane displays its name, production status and platform(s). Narrow down your list with Sort, Filter, and Search.
- Sort: The default view is sorted by creation date, newest apps first. Click the Name or Date Created buttons to sort further. Click again to toggle ascending/descending order.
- Filter: Production status and team access filter options are Production and Development, and Owner and Team.
- Search: Search for apps by entering a complete or partial app name or app key. Search fields are in the Your Apps view and in the Select an app dropdown menu.
When logged in to go.urbanairship.com, you can return to Your Apps by clicking the Urban Airship logo in the left side of the navigational header, or by selecting View All Apps from the Select an App dropdown menu.
Open an app by clicking its pane, or select it from the Select an app dropdown menu.
When you open an app from the top-level dashboard, you are taken to the App Dashboard, where you can configure your app, create messages, assess use, and access tools.
Compose a Message¶
Below the app dashboard menus is an activity overview for the current month. Click the arrows to change the month.
- Total 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.
All messages for the month are listed, latest messages first. This list identical to Messages » Messages Overview » History. See Messages Overview.
The Error Console provides a list of errors related to your app’s service settings, the implementation of your application, or any push notifications that you’ve attempted to send.
Click Error Console in the right side of page footer to expand the console and reveal any errors.
The console expands down, so you may need to scroll down to see it. Click Error Console again to hide it.