How can you manage push notifications when a user uses multiple accounts on the same browser? What can you do if multiple users use the same device / browser?
How can you associate a push subscription to a specific user? How can you implement log-in and log-out for web push notifications?
How can you find out if the current browser supports the Push API and Web Push Notifications?
Sometimes you just need to send the same notification to all users that have subscribed to your website notifications. Let’s see how to achieve that.
Recurring web notifications (e.g. every day, every week, every month, etc.) can be a simple strategy to re-engage your website users.
Is it possible to replace the Chrome logo / browser logo on notifications with the website logo?
How can you create a web notification now that is displayed some time later?
What can you do if a user blocks the notifications on your website by clicking the “Block” button in the permission prompt? How can you reset that choice? How can you display the permission prompt again?
Sometimes it is useful to send a notification from your website to multiple users. Let’s see how to achieve that.
This article describes a simple and effective method for debugging web push notifications on a specific browser using Pushpad.
In this article we see a frequent use case for notifications, where you want to send a notification only to the users in your database that match a specific condition.
Now Pushpad supports the silent option for web push notifications. This means that you can send web push notifications that don’t produce any sound or vibration when they are received.
It’s easy to create segments based on the user preferred language. In this way you can send different notifications to users with different language preferences.
Would you like to send web push notifications only to people located in a given place? If you use Pushpad you can implement that in different ways.
Now you can use Pushpad for delivering time-sensitive messages. For example you can notify urgent alerts or incoming phone calls.
What if you want to send a web push notification only to 10% of your users? This can be useful for example for testing and for measuring CTR for that notification before sending it to all your users. There are many ways to achieve that, but in this tutorial we will show a simple method with tags.
Back in 2015 the first product that we launched was Pushpad Express. Then in the next years we have developed and launched a new product, called Pushpad Pro. Pushpad Pro has proven to be absolutely the best product and offers a lot of advantages compared to Express: that is why we have decided to stop supporting Pushpad Express. All project that use Pushpad Express must move to Pushpad Pro before 1st February 2019. After that date all project that use Pushpad Express will be removed.
Usually the prompt for web push notifications is displayed only once, the first time that the user visits a website. What if the user blocks the notifications? Is there a way to show the notifications prompt when the user visits the website again?
There are various reasons that can prevent a web push notification from being delivered. One of them is the presence of subscriptions that are no longer in use: