If you show some pieces of information to the user when he allows the
notifications he won't remember that when he unsubscribes.
However the point really is to remember to the user that he can turn off
some notifications through the website and not necessarily all. This is
exactly how it works
On 4 April 2016 at 16:34, Marco Colli wrote:
> A simple way to implement this would be to add an editPreferencesUrl option
> to the pushManager.subscribe(). Then, when the user clicks the wheel to turn
> off push notifications sees two options: "Turn off all notifications"
I come across the "Are You Sure?" when unsubscribing from email lists a
lot. I don't think it is something we should allow, it is annoying and
sounds condescending to people. I'm making a choice to press this thing, i
I think it is best if sites simply offer notification preferences in
Currently the user can turn off notifications for a website directly from
the browser. When he unsubscribes all notifications from that website are
However, it is a common practice (for example with email) to allow the user
to turn off only some topics (i.e. fine grained preferences).