Viewing App Keys & Settings

Each app will have a separate App ID and App Keys. To view your App Keys and Settings:

  1. Click on your name at the top right of the screen and select App Settings
  2. Select an app and click on Keys & Settings


In the Keys & Settings section, you will see the following tabs:

API keys

These keys validate the connection to our servers. Here you will find the production and development keys used for SDK and API implementation, as well as additional keys used for various types of API calls (for more information on which keys to use for API calls, click here). Be mindful that you’re using Production and Development keys appropriately. If you believe your app’s security has been compromised in any way, we recommend revoking your API keys as soon as possible. Hovering over an API key Value will reveal two new buttons to let you edit or revoke the key. 



You can set global app messaging limits as well as delivery throttling. Each message type can be individually limited to a maximum number of global sends per day and per week. This is useful to ensure you do not overload your servers with more traffic then it can handle, per unit of time. Furthermore, you can exclude specific messages from the app limits when editing a specific message by clicking the "Caps Exempt" checkbox in the Delivery settings. Learn more about Setting Caps and Throttles for Messages and Webhooks in Leanplum.


Push Notifications

You can enter your Apple push certificates and Google API Key here, as well as enable uninstall tracking.


If you’re using Leanplum to trigger e-mail, you can add some of the basic infrastructure for your email campaigns including ‘from address’ and ‘from name’.


In-App Purchases

If your app has in-app purchases, check the box to activate receipt verification for ‘Purchase’ events. You can also select the relevant currency code Leanplum should utilize for currency conversion. Learn more about adding receipt validation for in-app purchases in Leanplum.


Linked Data

Linked data lets you connect your user profile data with data stored in other repositories, such as your own data warehouse or another service provider. Some examples of linked data include real-time information such as whether an item is in stock, whether a flight is on time or delayed, weather forecasts, or inferred demographic data based on the current user’s attributes.


Amazon S3 Data Export details can be added here. Leanplum will export raw data to your S3 bucket at the chosen interval: either daily or every 2 hours. Note that raw data reports are in UTC while the dashboard reports are displayed in Pacific Time. Learn more about exporting raw data from Leanplum.

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