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Callbacks

Covered here is how to set up the callback that fires with every new message received.

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Avoiding Memory Leaks

These APIs hold the callbacks in a strong reference, so we strongly suggest to avoid registering callbacks without unregistering them when needed, as it may cause a memory leak.

New Received Message

This block is executed each time a new message is received. This can be used to show your own UI when a new message is received.

Replies.setOnNewReplyReceivedCallback(new Runnable() {
  @Override
  public void run() {
    //Show an alert to notify users about a new message.
  }
});
Replies.setOnNewReplyReceivedCallback {
            //Show an alert to notify users about a new message.
        }

What’s Next

You can set custom data, such as a user attribute, at any time, including inside callbacks. Logging user events in callbacks is possible as well.