Frequently Asked Questions

Web push notifications are messages that are sent to users' web browsers, even when they are not actively browsing a website. These notifications can be used to deliver timely and relevant information to users.

Web push notifications work by using the browser's push notification API. When a user subscribes to notifications on a website, the website can send messages to the user's browser, which then displays the notification.

Most modern browsers support web push notifications, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge. However, it's essential to check the specific browser documentation for the most up-to-date information.

No, users do not need to be on the website to receive notifications. They only need to have subscribed to notifications when they were actively browsing the site.

Users can typically subscribe to web push notifications by clicking on a prompt that appears on the website, asking for permission to send notifications. The prompt is generated by the browser and requires user consent.

Yes, users can easily unsubscribe from web push notifications. They can do this through browser settings or by interacting with the website and opting out.

Yes, web push notifications can be displayed on both desktop and mobile devices. However, the appearance and behavior may vary between different platforms.

Yes, many web push notification services allow websites to send personalized and targeted notifications based on user preferences, behavior, or demographics.

Web push notifications are primarily designed for desktop browsers, but some mobile browsers also support them. However, mobile devices often have their native push notification systems.

Yes, web push notifications are designed with security in mind. They use HTTPS to ensure the secure transmission of data, and browsers handle the permission and delivery process securely.

Yes, web push notifications are commonly used for marketing to engage users, promote products, or announce special offers. However, it's essential to follow best practices and obtain user consent.

Yes, web push notifications can be customized in terms of appearance, content, and timing. This allows websites to create a consistent brand experience and deliver relevant information.

Best practices include obtaining explicit user consent, delivering relevant and timely content, personalizing messages, and respecting user preferences for frequency and timing.

The support team at Automagic can be reached via email or phone. Phone support is available for Premium and Enterprise plans only. Our support team is reachable at and +91 (798) 895-9860

To close your account, You need to visit our Contact Us page. Enter your full name, registered email id and phone number and the reason why you want to close the account. Then our team will review the request and will start processing the request of closing you account.

On the User Account page, you can modify your personal information directly. You have to sign in to access this page and As email id is the username for your account to login, so you can't modify/change your email id. You can modify only full name, mobile number, password, profile image from user account page.

We at Automagic strive to give you the best deliverability possible and to keep your emails from getting blocked by email providers or ending up in the spam folder. We are able to maintain a very high quality of our infrastructure as a result of this validation check, resulting in excellent email deliverability.