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1. Sending out any notification that wasn't asked for is bad UX This is true regardless of the push medium used so let's discuss this right up front. Letting users know that they have full control over when and how you contact them earns a lot of empathy points. I can confidently say (without any data backing me up) that respecting a user will increase ...


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Have you read or seen this article before? https://medium.com/circa/the-right-way-to-ask-users-to-review-your-app-9a32fd604fca Describes the issue you mention and seems like from the numbers it was a great solution. I guess the bottom line is to make it natural in whatever your interface is - the banner ad suggested doesn't really do this in a great way, ...


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If everything really gets saved always (including things like write in text box, then hit the Back or Close button), then the user doesn't need to know when each save occurs. You only have to educate the user that save is automatic; don't worry about it. Once users trust you on that, they can forget about it. Such education may be achievable by placing ...


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Once I, the service provider, get in a 2 way conversation with you, the user, the chances you buying my service increase dramatically. This is from my experience, but there are a lot of studies demonstrating that engaging the user helps. That being said, it's easy to exaggerate with the number of mails, to annoy users. Hell, some users marked as spam the ...



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