Apps notifications device policy

The Apps notifications policy lets you control how iOS users receive notifications from specified apps. This policy is supported on devices running iOS 9.3 or later.

To add or configure this policy, go to Configure > Device Policies. For more information, see Device policies.

iOS settings

Image of Device Policies configuration screen

  • App Bundle identifier: Specify the apps you want to apply this policy to.
  • Allow Notifications: Select On to allow notifications.
  • Show in Notification Center: Select On to show notifications in the notification center of the user devices.
  • Badge App Icon: Select On to show a badge app icon with notifications.
  • Sounds: Select On to include sounds with notifications.
  • Show on Lock Screen: Select On to show notifications on the lock screen of the user devices.
  • Show in CarPlay: If On, notifications display in Apple CarPlay. Available in iOS 12 and later. Default is On.
  • Enable Critical Alert: If On, an app can mark a notification as a critical notification that ignores Do Not Disturb and ringer settings. Available in iOS 12 and later. Default is Off.
  • Unlocked Alert Style: In the list, select None, Banner, or Alerts to configure the appearance of unlocked alerts.

  • Policy settings
    • Remove policy: Choose a method for scheduling policy removal. Available options are Select date and Duration until removal (in hours)
      • Select date: Click the calendar to select the specific date for removal.
      • Duration until removal (in hours): Type a number, in hours, until policy removal occurs. Only available for iOS 6.0 and later.
    • Profile scope: Select whether this policy applies to a User or an entire System. The default is User. This option is available only on iOS 9.3 and later.

Apps notifications device policy