|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.
- On the Device features blade choose App Notifications (supervised only).
- 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.
- Continue to add as many apps as you need. When you are finished, choose OK.
- 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.