If you've had problems with receiving notifications, some of these reasons might explain the situation. If your problems are not related to the issues mentioned below, you can contact our customer service.
You haven't allowed notifications
When you register, the app asks you if you want to allow notifications. If you haven't allowed them you can change your settings later on from Settings → Notifications.
The app doesn't know your location
In order to receive notifications, our app needs to know your location. Make sure your device's GPS is on when you use the app. You don't need to have the location tracking on at all times. The app will remember your location once it knows it.
You've been traveling
If you've opened the app while away from your ResQ home city, the app will think that you've relocated. If you're not using the Background location monitoring (found in the notifications settings) or haven't opened the app while back in your ResQ home city, the app won't know that you are back home. To start getting notifications again, make sure you have GPS on when opening the app. You can update your location by pressing the location button in the top right corner (see the photo below).
Your notification settings will narrow down notifications
If you feel like you are not getting enough notifications, make sure to check that your notifications settings are set up properly. Make sure that the notification radius is big enough. Sometimes your diet settings (like gluten-free, lactose-free, etc.) can also narrow down notifications, as not all of our ResQ partners use the dietary tags in all of their offers' descriptions.
Your phone's own power-saving features block our notifications
Some Android devices have power save modes, which might prevent the ResQ app from receiving notifications or might cause notifications to appear with a long delay. Below we have listed some tips on how to fix these issues. For more complete instructions, please refer to this excellent website: https://dontkillmyapp.com/
Huawei / Honor devices:
Android 9.0: Settings → Battery → App launch → Turn off for ResQ → In the appearing dialog, turn on all selections
Android 7 - 8.0: Settings → Battery → Close apps after screen lock → Turn off for ResQ
Android 6.0: Settings → Advanced settings → Battery → Protected apps → Turn on for ResQ
Android 9.0: Settings → Device care → Battery → Optimize battery usage → Disable the ResQ app
Android 6 - 8.0: Settings → Device maintenance → Battery → Optimize battery usage from the top bar menu → Disable the ResQ app