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A breakdown of a recent survey I sent out about push notifications.
Great article. With so many workers now on the web for the entire day, managing distractions is becoming more and more important.
The New York Times posted an interesting article on this last year, mainly discussing how long it takes to refocus after a distraction.
More evidence that we should be managing notifications closely!
Yes, I remember that article. Thanks for the reminder, @alynch!
I really like this article, Lyle. It's been something I've been thinking about a lot lately and it's nice to see others' opinions on it.
I like to give an app a chance to provide me with the full service, but my god, if I enabled all of my notifications I'd never get any work done.
Often, I will turn my phone on silent without vibrate as a way to get some peace and quiet. You just gotta remember to turn the sound back on. :)
Thanks for sharing, @jessie. I'm definitely going to be more selective about notifications going forward. It's getting pretty ridiculous.
I liked a lot your article. I have a comment about this. I'm testing Push too in my app. I'm having good results. Some users have commented on our Facebook who are loving Pushes. My reference is CARROT https://itunes.apple.com/br/app/carrot-to-do-talking-task-list/id591840203. He engages me everytime to enter the app with his crazy Push.
I guess if you know to work with Push right you will have good results.
Good read too: http://andrewchen.co/2014/09/16/new-data-on-push-notification-ctrs-shows-the-best-apps-perform-4x-better-than-the-worst-heres-why-guest-post
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