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Push Notifications for Magento

Using PushPro for your Magento website is an easy way to highly increase user engagement on your website. Use PushPro to send visitors target specific push notifications so they keep coming back to your website. It only takes just a few minutes to install as we have a ready-made plugin available for you.

After you've setup and configured PushPro as you like, all visitors can opt-in to receive push notifications from your website, for example: when you publish a new blog/announcement or want to promote sales. Visitors can receive these notifications even after they’ve left your website, which increases engagement and conversions. You can schedule your push notifications and prepare them as you like, create user segments, and customize the opt-in message for your visitors.

Contact hello@pushpro.io if you have any questions. Our support is here to help!

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Step By Step Magento Installation

To use the PushPro extension for Magento, your store needs to be HTTPS-enabled. HTTPS makes your website more secure by encrypting the traffic between your server and your visitors. If your website is already HTTPS-enabled, great! If not, keep reading. 

You must first acquire an SSL certificate. You can either ask your hosting provider to activate it for you, or obtain an SSL certificate yourself. You can get one for free via Let’s Encrypt. Check out their guide to get started.

Once you acquired and activated your SSL certificate, you must enable HTTPS for your Magento store. Walk through the following steps:  

  1. Navigate to your Magento Admin dashboard
  2. On the menu, click on stores
  3. In the square ‘General’, click on ‘Web’ and then click on ‘Base URLs’
  4. Make sure that your Base URL starts with “https://”
  5. Click on ‘Base URLs (Secure)’
  6. Make sure that your Secure Base URL starts with “https://”
  7. Change the settings to 'Use Secure URLs on Storefront' and 'Use Secure URLs in Admin' to 'Yes'.
  8. Click on ‘Save Config’
  9. Go to ‘Cache Management’ and empty all caches.
  10. Done, navigate to your website to check if it starts with https!

Once you have enabled HTTPS, include the code snippet we generated for you in the PushPro portal in the extension panel in Magento. You can verify if you set everything up correctly by navigating to https://yourdomain.com/sw.js. If you do not get a 404 error, everything should be working! That’s all, your website is now ready to send push notifications!

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