OneSignal Push Notifications for Updates screenshot

OneSignal Push Notifications for Updates screenshot

OneSignal Push Notifications for Updates screenshot

OneSignal Push Notifications for Updates screenshot is an illustration for my comment on Welcome to Wondrous Web Apps.

OneSignal Push Notifications for Updates screenshot Details

The screenshot shows how OneSignal informs us what happens when we try to tell subscribers about updates to posts. In this instance, the WordPress PWA is under development. So there are no subscribers and the message reads:

OneSignal Push: A notification was sent, but there were no recipients.

I will provide more information about this once my app is running and I have subscribers. Interestingly, the update notification is optional. So for grammar and other minor changes, there’s no need to bore your readers. Because you can choose if you want to send Push Notifications each time you update a published post.

When changes are significant, you can let subscribers know by checking the box on:

OneSignal Push Notifications
Send notification on post update

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