PushEngage helps your website, send web push notifications to people who subscribe from their Firefox browsers. These Firefox push notifications will work on Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Android. Your subscribers will get these notifications as long as they are online and logged in, in their desktop or mobile.
From Firefox version 44+ released in Jan 2016, you can send desktop push notifications in Firefox Browsers similar to what you were able to do in Mobile Apps. These reach the users as long as the browser is running (even in background), and can reach your customers when they are not on your website. Each notification has an expiration time, and if your customer opens a browser within that time, the notification is delivered to them. Firefox Browser Push Notifications are real-time alerts which allow them to delivered instantly.
Depending on type of the opt-in you have selected, a customer will be shown a opt-in box for push notifications. The default option is to show you this opt-in at the time of loading a page. Once the customer clicks on "Allow", they will be added to your subscriber list.
Once you have gathered at least 1 subscriber, you will be able to send out a push notification to your subscribers. They will receive it instantly and hopefully click it and come back to your site and engage with your website.
After the send within few minutes you can send for each notification you send, how many subscribers viewed, or clicked your notifications. You can also see the expiration time of each notification, and number of users that unsubscribed since last notification.