Assigning a schedule to your messages can boost open rates by making them well-timed.

To specify a time to send a push notification, do so in the Assign a Schedule section of a message. 

Certain actions like assigning a schedule and setting a message live affect where the message will appear in the 'messages list view'.

The 'messages tabs' show you which messages are Live, Scheduled, Paused, and which messages have not been set live. 

Each tab contains messages with different characteristics. Let's go over each tab:

All

The All tab will contain every message that has been created. Beside the message name, there will be a tag that describes the status of the message. A message can be Live, Scheduled, Paused, or Draft.

Live

A live message is a notification that has been Set Live and will be sent to users the moment they pass through a geofence. 

A message is Live if the current date/time exists within the specified date/time range of the assigned schedule. When a message is Live, notifications will be sent until the end of the specified date/time range or until the message is paused. 

Scheduled

A scheduled message is a notification that has been Set Live with an assigned date range that exists in the future. 

A message is Scheduled if the current date/time exists before the specified date/time range of the assigned schedule. When a message is Scheduled, notifications will remain suspended until the specified start date/time. 

Paused

A paused message is a notification that was Set Live but has been paused to suspend the campaign.

A message is Paused when a user selects a live message and pauses it. When a message is Paused, notifications will remain suspended until the message is Set Live

Draft

A draft is a notification that has been edited but not Set Live.

When a message is a Draft, notifications will not be sent until the message is Set Live 

Yours

The Yours tab shows all messages that were created by you. This is useful when searching for messages that you edited yourself. 

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