Delivers a local notification payload and user response information to the app.
- watchOS 2.0–3.0Deprecated
The action selected by the user. This string is the identifier assigned to the action at registration time. This parameter is set to the empty string when the user launches the app without tapping one of the action buttons.
The local notification object that triggered the notification.
The response information dictionary. This dictionary contains the
UIUserkey with the text response selected by the user.
Notification Action Response Typed Text Key
Use this method to handle actions selected by users from your notification interfaces. If your containing iOS app supports interactive notifications, the
identifier parameter may contain the action identifier for the button that was tapped. Use that value to perform the requested action. If the
identifier parameter contains an empty string, that means the user launched your Watch app from the notification interface without choosing a specific action.
The system calls this method on your WatchKit extension’s main thread. The
super implementation of this method does nothing.
For information about how to support interactive notifications in your iOS app, see Local and Remote Notification Programming Guide. For information about how to display a custom interface for notifications, see App Programming Guide for watchOS.