Firefox Push Notifications

PushKit lets you send real-time notifications directly to people who subscribe from their Firefox browsers. These Firefox push notifications will work on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Your subscribers will see notifications directly on their desktop.

What are Firefox Push Notifications?

Firefox Push Notifications is a form of real-time communication which allows you to engage with your audiences by sending them regular notifications on desktop and mobile. Starting with Firefox 44, you can now send push notifications to people on their Firefox browsers, even if they are not browsing your website at that point of time. Notifications will arrive even if the browser is closed.

How it works?

  • 1. Install Smart Code

    As soon as you create your free PushKit account, a Smart Code is generated for you. You need to place this Smart Code before the closing </head> tag on your website pages.

  • 2. Trigger Opt-in

    When a visitor arrives on your website, PushKit will trigger the opt-in box for push notifications. As soon as the visitor clicks on "Allow", he/she will be added to your subscriber list.

  • 3. Send your First Notification

    You are now ready to send your first notification. Just log in to your PushKit dashboard, compose a title and message for the push notification and you're good to go!

  • 4. Almost There!

    Your visitors will now see your notification in real time. On the PushKit dashboard, you can see your notification deliveries, clicks on your notification and other metrics.