Hive Push is a key feature of Hive Notification that enables you to send an alert to users in various ways. It not only offers a bulk push function that enables you to send push to anyone who has installed the app but also a targeting function that allows you to send push only to specific users. You can also send a push notification to a single user.

Push is largely divided into remote push and local push services.

The remote push service is a feature provided by Hive that allows push to be sent from the Hive console backoffice and game servers, and is immediately available without the need to implement a feature in a game. Local push is a service that sends push directly to users using Hive API from game clients. In addition to registering and releasing local push, Hive also provides settings to change the UI of push notification.

This page guides you through the some works need to be done in advance in order to use remote push and how to use the backoffice. To find out more about sending local push, please check a separate guide through the page, [HERE]


Term Definition
Bulk Push Sends push to everyone
Targeting Push Classified into DID and VID targeting. Sends push to specific targets through the DID/VID classification
Single Push Sends push to a single target

Prerequisites for Using Push Backoffice

In order to use push backoffice, your AppID must be registered to the AppID system. If the game (AppID) is already registered, you can skip this step. You can register/manage AppIDs on Hive App Center, which can be found at the Hive Console.

Please refer to the Hive App Center Guide for details.

Accessing Push Backoffice

You can use Push Backoffice in the Hive Console. From the Console Menu, click Hive Notification and find Push Menu.

You will need a groupware account for access to the Hive Console and an authority to access Hive Notification. Please refer to the Console Backoffice Guide regarding the Console usage and gaining access.