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Posted in: Communifire API & Developers

Relying on push notifications for user verification and password resetting

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  • amoharram

    Hello,

    We are thinking to rely on push notifications for user verification and password resetting as we will involve thousands of users who don't have email addresses due to their policy, So all we have is their mobile numbers.

    What do you think guys about relying on push notifications to verify users and reset password and how we can implement it even using aws push notifications service? 

    BTW we thought about sms but it will be very expensive. We need your opinion on that case.

    Thanks

  • mtrujillo

    Hi Ahmad,

         An account in Communifire requires an email address. You may want to look into a 3rd party service that provides an alias email address that will push notifications to users by their phone numbers.

  • amoharram

    Hi  Matt Trujillo ,

    We really appreciate recommending a provider for that service, You have recommended Jotform for us in another case and it was a very good suggestion.

    Matt, This case is very important for us.

    Thanks

  • mtrujillo
    Answered

    Hi Ahmad,

          We haven't used a service like this before, we wouldn't feel comfortable recommending a service we are not familiar with. 

     

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