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I think I'm in favour of using notifications in a drawer or even a small dropdown with the latest 5-10 notifications. Why? Having notifications on a separate page has always annoyed me at Linkedin. As a user, I don't want to interrupt what I'm doing, go check notifications and get back to what I was doing. I can get a lot of notifications on Linkedin and I ...


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The best time to ask a user to allow push notifications is the moment when they understand that a notification would help them accomplish their intentions. That's usually not when the page loads. Users need to understand the value of the notification, which might otherwise be a potential nuisance. Examples: The user ordered their first package from your ...


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I assume you are talking about the built-in browser prompt that asks if the user wants to allow/block push notifications, as opposed to a custom solution of your own. First of all, these are extremely annoying for the user and very obtrusive. Having one of these pop-up without me taking any action is an immediate "block". The second problem is that ...


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