Web Push

Getting Started

Recipients and Customizations

  • How to Customize a Subscription Request Window

    Last Updated: 27.01.2023

    Site visitors have already gotten used to the usual appearance of request windows and click "Block" out of habit, so SendPulse offers you to customize your request window. Set the appearance of your web push subscription request window in the site settings section.

  • Custom Subscription Request

    Last Updated: 19.08.2022

    People got used to the usual design of the subscription request window and automatically click "Block." That is why SendPulse suggests changing the design on the window.

  • How to Pass Additional Variables for Segmenting and Personalizing of Web Push Notifications

    Last Updated: 13.09.2022

    To pass additional variables like subscribers' names or emails, after adding web push integration code to your website (the code generated in your account), you need to add the additional code.

  • How To Segment Web Push Notification Recipients

    Last Updated: 13.10.2022

    You can use a previously saved filter or select new criteria.

  • How to Unsubscribe from Push Notifications

    Last Updated: 26.08.2022

    Push notifications that you have subscribed to appear at the top or bottom of the browser window — even if the user is offline at the time of sending. In this article, we'll look at how to unsubscribe from push notifications in popular browsers.

General

  • Quieted Permission Prompts in Firefox and Chrome

    Last Updated: 10.01.2022

    The popular browsers Firefox and Chrome have changed their policies for displaying push notifications, making them quieter.

  • Web Push Notification "This site has been updated in the background"

    Last Updated: 29.01.2020

    Google Chrome users can receive web push notifications saying "This site has been updated in the background."

  • How to Track Your Web Push Campaign Statistics

    Last Updated: 27.01.2023

    The SendPulse service collects statistics on the delivery of web push campaigns and their click-through rates. This helps track the effectiveness of web push campaigns on your site.

  • Automated Series: Create and Customize the Sending of Push Messages

    Last Updated: 16.01.2020

    Automating web push notifications means creating and sending push notifications systematically when these notifications are scheduled.

  • How to Set Up an RSS Campaign

    Last Updated: 16.01.2020

    Once you set up an RSS campaign, your blog readers and visitors of your website will receive web push notifications about new records in your feed.

  • How to Create a Push Campaign with a Large Image and Buttons

    Last Updated: 13.09.2022

    With SendPulse, you can create a push notification with a large image and buttons. With this feature, the notification becomes more visible on the computer screen, and because you can add two buttons, they will contain two links to your resource.

  • How to Enable and Disable Push Notifications in Mozilla Firefox

    Last Updated: 26.08.2022

    Push notification subscription requests appear in the top left of the browser window. After a user is prompted to subscribe to push notifications and accepts, notifications will appear at the bottom right of their browser window — even if they are offline at the time of sending. In this article, we’ll look at how to enable and disable push notifications in Mozilla Firefox.

  • How to Enable and Disable Push Notifications in Google Chrome

    Last Updated: 26.08.2022

    Push notification subscription requests appear in the top left of the browser window. After a user is prompted to subscribe to push notifications and accepts, notifications will appear at the bottom right of their browser window — even if they are offline at the time of sending. In this article, we’ll look at how to enable and disable push notifications in Google Chrome.

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