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How to send notifications to users via iBeacons


**First of all, iBeacons are not pushing notifications. Smartphones are recognizing iBeacons and triggering your special code, like sending local notifications within the phone.** Period. Now let's see how to use Pushmote to send notifications to your users when they come nearby your iBeacons. With Pushmote, you have five different events to choose, and two of them have notification sending abilities with these actions: - "enters region to" - "exits region of". [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/qn8bbdFUQimIiHQHLMXL_Screen%20Shot%202015-01-28%20at%2021.38.59.png", "Screen Shot 2015-01-28 at 21.38.59.png", "1303", "680", "#102d45", "" ], "caption": "When you choose one of these as the event for your scenario, you will see the \"Notification Settings\" panel on the scenario preferences." } ] } [/block] Just enter the notification text that you want to send your users when they trigger your event.