iZooto Push notifications are now supported on Microsoft edge browser, helping you expand your reach and a chance to delight new users. With this update, users coming from Edge to your website will be prompted to subscribe to your notifications, helping you build your subscriber base quicker.
What is it that you need to do?
You don't have to make any changes from your end for the opt-in to start appearing on Microsoft Edge.
Note: Web push notification support on Microsoft Edge is currently in private beta and we are -select customers only. You can get in touch with us to join the beta list.
By including yourself in the beta list, your visitors coming from Microsoft Edge will see the subscription prompt when they visit your website.
Here is how a notification subscription prompt would appear on Microsoft Edge Desktop-
Unlike other browsers, the subscription prompt on Edge appears on the bottom of the screen.
Note: Web push notifications is supported on Edge starting from version 17.17134 on Windows
How a notification looks like on Microsoft Edge-
The notification on the desktop would appear at the bottom right corner of the screen, similar to the notifications that appear on Chrome and Firefox.
Specification of Push Notifications on Microsoft Edge
Icon - Default icon would be applied if icon not provided
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Browser, device and Os supporting Push Notifications
Follow-up Releases will have
1. Browser wise subscriber count on the dashboard.
2. Full support with pushing notifications to subscribers of the browsers will be released with the transition to FCM from GCM. FCM transition will start rolling out from next month.
If you have any queries, just ping us on chat :)