Hi, I've had no problems sending messages locally via the WiFi service by ensuring the WiFi service is running on the receiving device and calling: http://<local ip>:1817/sendmessage?message=etc or even just http://<local ip>:1817/?message=etc However, it seems this convention only works for messages. What is the proper call for sending notifications this way?? I can't find any examples/documentation on it. I've tried: http://<local ip>:1817/sendnotification?title=etc&text=etc and http://<local ip>:1817/?title=etc&text=etc All of it results in a bad request. As a workaround, I can send a message and upon receipt, it will kick off a task to generate a notification with target = self but I'd rather not have to do that for every scenario. I have a series of monitor scripts that need to be able to send the notifications locally in the event of an internet outage and GCM is no longer an option. Thanks.