Send Push Notifications with our WordPress Plugin

Updated on 19. February 2024 by Jan Bunk

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Please note that you can't download the plugin in the WordPress plugin repository yet because the waiting time to publish a plugin there is over 3 months at the moment. Please read the instructions below for how to install it manually.

We're thrilled to announce the release of our brand-new WordPress Plugin – your gateway to seamless push notifications right from your WordPress admin panel. In this blog post, we'll explore how this powerful plugin empowers you to engage your audience with ease, and we'll highlight some of its exciting features.

Push notifications are a game-changer in keeping your audience informed and engaged. You're probably aware of that already, but if not: Here's our article explaining all the benefits of push notifications.

Now, with the WordPress plugin, we've made it even easier to send push notifications (if you use WordPress). Let's take a closer look at all the features of the plugin.

Sending Notifications Manually

Instead of sending push notifications through tne dashboard you can now send them directly from your WordPress admin panel. You probably spend quite a bit of time in your WordPress admin dashboard, so we hope this added convenience of being able to send notifications straight from there is useful to you. Here's a screenshot of how that looks:

The form to send a notification from your WordPress dashboard.

You might have already spotted it in that image: There's a little dropdown arrow on the right side of the "Link to Open on Notification Click" field. That allows you to directly select the page from your website that should be opened in the app when a user clicks on the notification. No more copy & pasting URLs from your website to the dashboard.

A bit more noticeable is the "Media Gallery" button on the "Image Link" field. There you can select any image from your website using the WordPress image library! So you no longer need to search for the link to the image you want to use, you can just click the image and it fills out the link automatically for you.

Sending Notifications Automatically

Here's a feature that's a game-changer! Automatically send a push notification each time you publish a new post. No more wasting time manually sending a notification every time you write a new article.

The form to send a notification from your WordPress dashboard.

Previously, you could also achieve this through Zapier, but setting that up can be quite a bit of effort.

Now you turn on the setting and it works out of the box. Here are some more details:

  • It uses the post title as the push notification title.
  • If available, the page's featured image will be attached to the notification.
  • A notification is only sent when you mark a page as public. So you can still write drafts without having to worry that the plugin will send a notification for them.

Installing the Plugin

  1. Go to the WordPress admin dashboard, click "Plugins", then "Add New Plugin"
  2. Search for ""
  3. Click "Install Now"
  4. Click "Activate"
  5. Access the plugin through "Settings" and then select ""
  6. Authenticate by entering your API key. You can find your API key here.

We hope you like the plugin and are looking forward to your feedback. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and new features!

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Jan Bunk

Hi, I'm Jan! I created in 2019 while studying computer science in university. A lot has changed since then - not only have I graduated, but it's also no longer just me running We've grown to a global, fully remote team and have gathered lots of experience around app development and app publishing. We've created and published hundreds of apps in the app stores, where they've been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.