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    Yes you can. Here is how to do it with iOS SDK

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  • Thanks for the idea! I tried what the article said and it gave me this error. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. 

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  • Is it working OK without adding that line?

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  • Yep, it works fine without that line.

    Also, it works if I change the setting to CLYPushNotifications

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  • You need to add it before the .start method call btw but error seems strange. If it can find other Countly symbols, it should find that string CLYCrashReporting. 

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  • It could be this part of the CountlyConfig.m file

    Also, I am not sure what you mean by .start method? I don't have one? 

    Thanks for you help :)

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  • Oh, I am sorry. I assumed you wanted this in iOS. It is not available in OSX:

    https://github.com/Countly/countly-sdk-ios/blob/efa41a3fe4da63e41fd0cdec8e836b5e0cf0d982/CountlyConfig.m#L11-L20

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  • That's ok, thanks for looking into it :) 

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  • With start method, I meant this one:

    Countly.sharedInstance().start(with: config)

    You need to make all your changes to the config object before calling this.

     

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  • Oh I see, thanks for the clarification

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  • Sure. Enjoy Countly :).

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