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Firebase Cloud Messaging

With the Firebase Cloud Messaging module in Make, you can send messages to specified devices.

To use Firebase Cloud Messaging with Make, you must have a Google account and a Firebase project already created. Information regarding Firebase projects can be found in the Understand Firebase projects documentation.


To avoid disruptions to your Firebase Cloud Messaging scenarios, ensure that the status of the associated Google Cloud project is In production. For more information, refer to the Google Using OAuth 2.0 API documentation.

Refer to the Firebase Cloud Messaging API documentation for a list of available endpoints.

Connect Firebase Cloud Messaging to Make

To connect Firebase Cloud Messaging and Make, you must obtain a server key from your Firebase project.

  1. Log in to your Firebase console and select the relevant project.

  2. In the left sidebar, click the Settings icon > Project settings.

  3. Click on the Cloud Messaging tab.

  4. Click Add server key and then copy the server key Token value.

  5. Log in to your Make account, add the Firebase Cloud Messaging module to your scenario, and click Create a keychain.

  6. Optional: In the Name field, enter a name for the key.

  7. In the Server Key field, paste the server key copied in Step 4.

  8. Click the Create button.

You have successfully connected the key to Make. You can view your key in the Keys list in your Make account.

Build Firebase Cloud Messaging Scenarios

After connecting the app, you can perform the following action:

  • Send a Message