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Firebase Cloud Messaging HTTP protocol

This document provides a reference for the HTTP syntax used to pass messages from your app server to client apps via Firebase Cloud Messaging.

When using the legacy HTTP protocol, your app server must direct all HTTP requests to this endpoint:

https://fcm.googleapis.com/fcm/send

The available parameters and options fall into the following broad categories:

Downstream message syntax

This section gives the syntax for sending downstream messages and interpreting HTTP responses from Firebase Cloud Messaging.

Downstream HTTP messages (JSON)

The following table lists the targets, options, and payload for HTTP JSON messages.

Table 1. Targets, options, and payload for downstream HTTP messages (JSON).

Parameter Usage Description
Targets
to Optional, string

This parameter specifies the recipient of a message.

The value can be a device's registration token, a device group's notification key, or a single topic (prefixed with /topics/). To send to multiple topics, use the condition parameter.

registration_ids
Optional, array of strings

This parameter specifies the recipient of a multicast message, a message sent to more than one registration token.

The value should be an array of registration tokens to which to send the multicast message. The array must contain at least 1 and at most 1000 registration tokens. To send a message to a single device, use the to parameter.

Multicast messages are only allowed using the HTTP JSON format.

condition Optional, string

This parameter specifies a logical expression of conditions that determine the message target.

Supported condition: Topic, formatted as "'yourTopic' in topics". This value is case-insensitive.

Supported operators: &&, ||. Maximum two operators per topic message supported.

notification_key
Deprecated
Optional, string

This parameter is deprecated. Instead, use to to specify message recipients. For more information on how to send messages to multiple devices, see the documentation for your platform.

Options
collapse_key Optional, string

This parameter identifies a group of messages (e.g., with collapse_key: "Updates Available") that can be collapsed, so that only the last message gets sent when delivery can be resumed. This is intended to avoid sending too many of the same messages when the device comes back online or becomes active.

Note that there is no guarantee of the order in which messages get sent.

Note: A maximum of 4 different collapse keys is allowed at any given time. This means a FCM connection server can simultaneously store 4 different messages per client app. If you exceed this number, there is no guarantee which 4 collapse keys the FCM connection server will keep.

priority Optional, string

Sets the priority of the message. Valid values are "normal" and "high." On iOS, these correspond to APNs priorities 5 and 10.

By default, notification messages are sent with high priority, and data messages are sent with normal priority. Normal priority optimizes the client app's battery consumption and should be used unless immediate delivery is required. For messages with normal priority, the app may receive the message with unspecified delay.

When a message is sent with high priority, it is sent immediately, and the app can display a notification.

content_available Optional, boolean

On iOS, use this field to represent content-available in the APNs payload. When a notification or message is sent and this is set to true, an inactive client app is awoken, and the message is sent through APNs as a silent notification and not through the FCM connection server. Note that silent notifications in APNs are not guaranteed to be delivered, and can depend on factors such as the user turning on Low Power Mode, force quitting the app, etc. On Android, data messages wake the app by default. On Chrome, currently not supported.

mutable_content Optional, JSON boolean

Currently for iOS 10+ devices only. On iOS, use this field to represent mutable-content in the APNs payload. When a notification is sent and this is set to true, the content of the notification can be modified before it is displayed, using a Notification Service app extension. This parameter will be ignored for Android and web.

time_to_live Optional, number

This parameter specifies how long (in seconds) the message should be kept in FCM storage if the device is offline. The maximum time to live supported is 4 weeks, and the default value is 4 weeks. For more information, see Setting the lifespan of a message.

restricted_package_
name
(Android only)
Optional, string This parameter specifies the package name of the application where the registration tokens must match in order to receive the message.
dry_run Optional, boolean

This parameter, when set to true, allows developers to test a request without actually sending a message.

The default value is false.

Payload
data Optional, object

This parameter specifies the custom key-value pairs of the message's payload.

For example, with data:{"score":"3x1"}:

On iOS, if the message is sent via APNs, it represents the custom data fields. If it is sent via FCM connection server, it would be represented as key value dictionary in AppDelegate application:didReceiveRemoteNotification:.

On Android, this would result in an intent extra named score with the string value 3x1.

The key should not be a reserved word ("from", "message_type", or any word starting with "google" or "gcm"). Do not use any of the words defined in this table (such as collapse_key).

Values in string types are recommended. You have to convert values in objects or other non-string data types (e.g., integers or booleans) to string.

notification Optional, object This parameter specifies the predefined, user-visible key-value pairs of the notification payload. See Notification payload support for detail. For more information about notification message and data message options, see Message types. If a notification payload is provided, or the content_available option is set to true for a message to an iOS device, the message is sent through APNs, otherwise it is sent through the FCM connection server.

Notification payload support

The following tables list the predefined keys available for building notification messages for iOS and Android.

Table 2a. iOS — keys for notification messages

Parameter Usage Description
title Optional, string

The notification's title.

This field is not visible on iOS phones and tablets.

body Optional, string

The notification's body text.

sound Optional, string or Dictionary

The sound to play when the device receives the notification.

String specifying sound files in the main bundle of the client app or in the Library/Sounds folder of the app's data container. See the iOS Developer Library for more information.

badge Optional, string

The value of the badge on the home screen app icon.

If not specified, the badge is not changed.

If set to 0, the badge is removed.

click_action Optional, string

The action associated with a user click on the notification.

Corresponds to category in the APNs payload.

subtitle Optional, string

The notification's subtitle.

body_loc_key Optional, string

The key to the body string in the app's string resources to use to localize the body text to the user's current localization.

Corresponds to loc-key in the APNs payload.

See Payload Key Reference and Localizing the Content of Your Remote Notifications for more information. <