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Receive push notifications
Updated over a week ago

The most efficient way to be timely notified about any updates is to receive push notifications from your app. Both your mobile and web apps, by default, send push notifications, however, you need to grant permission for it in your device or browser settings.

Learn which account and tracking notifications your app sends in this article: Understand users' notifications

Enable push notifications for mobile apps

To allow push notifications for your mobile app, you need to find your app in your device settings and manage the notification settings for it. To do so, follow the guidelines for your operating system:

Enable push notifications for web apps

Since on the web app, push notifications are sent via the browser, it is necessary to adjust push notifications permission for your app in the browser settings. Here are the guidelines on how to do it in different browsers:

You can also add your web app to your home screen to access it quickly and enable push notifications directly from the home screen.

Remember to regularly update your browser and mobile app to the latest versions to ensure a seamless push notification experience.

In instances where a push notification cannot be delivered (e.g. if a user logs out), our system automatically redirects the notification to the user's email, ensuring the user stays informed even if they are temporarily away from the app.

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