Intune app notifications settings for IOS devices

Applies to: Intune in the Azure portal preview
Because this is a preview, details and functionality are subject to change.
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Lets you configure how apps installed on a device send notifications. This settings supports supervised devices running iOS 9.3 and later.

Configure settings

  1. On the Device features blade choose App Notifications (supervised only).
  2. On the App Notifications blade, choose Add, and then configure the following values:
    • App bundle ID - Enter the App Bundle ID of the app you want to configure. See Bundle ID reference for built-in iOS apps later in this topic for help.
    • App name - Enter the name of the app you want to configure. This is not displayed on the device and is used to help you identify the app in the list.
    • Publisher - Enter the publisher of the app you want to configure. This is not displayed on the device and is used to help you identify the app in the list.
    • Notifications - Enable or disable the app from sending notifications to the device. If you disable this setting, the following settings are also disabled.
      • Show in Notification Center - Enable to allow the app to show notifications in the device Notification Center.
      • Show in Lock Screen - Enable to see notifications from the app on the device lock screen.
      • Alert type - Select the type of notification you want when the device is unlocked from:
        • None - No notification is displayed.
        • Banner - A banner is briefly displayed showing the notification.
        • Modal - The notification is displayed and the user must manually dismiss it before you can continue to use the device.
      • Badge on app icon - Enable this to add a badge to the app icon to indicate the app sent a notification.
      • Sounds - Enable to play a sound when a notification is delivered.
  3. Continue to add as many apps as you need. When you are finished, choose OK.
  4. Choose OK until you return to the Create Profile blade, then choose Create.

Bundle ID reference for built-in iOS apps

This list shows the bundle ID of some common built-in iOS apps. To find the bundle ID of other apps, contact your software vendor.

App name BundleID
App Store com.apple.AppStore
Calculator com.apple.calculator
Calendar com.apple.mobilecal
Camera com.apple.camera
Clock com.apple.mobiletimer
Compass com.apple.compass
Contacts com.apple.MobileAddressBook
FaceTime com.apple.facetime
Find Friends com.apple.mobileme.fmf1
Find iPhone com.apple.mobileme.fmip1
Game Center com.apple.gamecenter
GarageBand com.apple.mobilegarageband
Health com.apple.Health
iBooks com.apple.iBooks
iTunes Store com.apple.MobileStore
iTunes U com.apple.itunesu
Keynote com.apple.Keynote
Mail com.apple.mobilemail
Maps com.apple.Maps
Messages com.apple.MobileSMS
Music com.apple.Music
News com.apple.news
Notes com.apple.mobilenotes
Numbers com.apple.Numbers
Pages com.apple.Pages
Photo Booth com.apple.Photo-Booth
Photos com.apple.mobileslideshow
Podcasts com.apple.podcasts
Reminders com.apple.reminders
Safari com.apple.mobilesafari
Settings com.apple.Preferences
Stocks com.apple.stocks
Tips com.apple.tips
Videos com.apple.videos
VoiceMemos com.apple.VoiceMemos
Wallet com.apple.Passbook
Watch com.apple.Bridge
Weather com.apple.weather
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