Dynamic Firebase webhook

I have successfully set up a webhook that links my particle to a firebase account. The trouble I am having is that I am setting my target endpoint (my-db.firebaseio.com/pushes.json) and everything that I am publishing goes into this root node. This is overwhelming firebase (not from a performance standpoint as all my data is being collected), but I cannot view the data real time anymore because there is too much data in this root node.

I would like to be able to create “dynamic” nodes based on the date the publish function is called from my particle component, but I can’t find any documentation on how to do it.

Can anyone point in the right direction to help me figure this out?

To clarify I would like to my firebase node structure to look something like this:

- 20160923
– push one
– push two
– push three
- 20160924
– push four
– push five
– push six

vs. this:

- push one
- push two
- push three
- push four
- push five
- push six