An enum representing an event type, defined on
View the Events documentation to learn more about foreground and background events.
Event is sent when the user changes the notification blocked state for the entire application or when the user opens the application settings.
Event type is sent when the user changes the notification blocked state for a channel in the application.
Event type is sent when the user changes the notification blocked state for a channel group in the application.
Event type sent when a notification has been delivered to the device. For trigger notifications, this event is sent at the point when the trigger executes, not when a the trigger notification is created.
It's important to note even though a notification has been delivered, it may not be shown to the user. For example, they may have notifications disabled on the device/channel/app.
Event type is sent when the user dismisses a notification. This is triggered via the user swiping the notification from the notification shade or performing "Clear all" notifications.
This event is not sent when a notification is cancelled or times out.
Event type is sent when a notification has been pressed by the user.
On Android, notifications must include an
android.pressAction property for this event to trigger.
On iOS, this event is always sent when the user presses a notification.
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