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? Continue reading “Display the prompt for web push notifications multiple times”
Forcing the user to subscribe to push notifications is probably not a good choice for most websites. However there are some specific situations where it makes sense to do that. Continue reading “Force the user to subscribe to web push notifications”
You can change your notification preferences for a website at any time. You can allow or block the notifications using the browser preferences: Continue reading “Turn website notifications on or off”
Many issues related to web push notifications can be solved by simply resetting the browser permission. That removes the old browser subscription and creates a new subscription. Continue reading “Reset browser permission for web push notifications”
The working draft of the Push API currently doesn’t offer a good way to manage unsubscriptions.
The problems arise in the following scenarios:
- The user blocks the notifications from the browser preferences
- The endpoint is replaced because it has expired