01-28-2020 03:21 AM
01-28-2020 03:21 AM
This has been going on for months, it actually never worked and despite many posts from other users, it wasn't put on the feedback list to be fixed. I tried sending several feedbacks through browser as well in the last months.
I hope someone manually give this a higher priority.
here is the Chrome article about this:
"Push messaging lets developers engage users by providing timely and customized content outside the context of the web page. It is one of the most critical APIs to come to the web, giving users the ability to engage with web experiences even when the browser is closed, without the need for a native app install."
Currently Edge canary is Version 81.0.406.0 (Official build) canary (64-bit)
all the related flags (native notifications etc etc) are all tested and they have no effects.
01-28-2020 12:45 PM
04-12-2020 07:08 AM
Good afternoon. I wrote in the technical support of the Chrome browser and received the answer that if the browser window is closed, then there will be no notifications from the sites. And no setup can fix it. It would be great if the browser would be able to send notifications from sites, despite the fact that it is closed.
04-30-2020 10:07 AM
04-30-2020 10:38 AM
@William Devereux Hello. I think it's an important function. it also works in the old edge. After installing a new edge through a windows update I stopped receiving notifications from twitter PWA which is downloaded from the microsoft store. and if I save the site as a PWA app I want to be notified when the browser is closed but right now it doesn't work. Please give high priority to this. I think it's helpful to a lot of people.
04-30-2020 11:39 PM
05-02-2020 05:07 AM
06-18-2020 01:48 AMSolution
•Background Push Notifications
Receive push messages in the background when the browser is not running. Requires Windows 10 May 2020 Update or later. I found this in the Canary version of 85.0549.0 and above. can anyone say works this and no?