Proxyclick sends real-time notifications to your desktop so you don’t miss activity that’s important to you (e.g. visitor check-ins).

 

3 types of notifications

There are 3 types of desktop notifications:

1. Pop-ups appear outside of your browser in the bottom right corner (only in Firefox, Chrome and Safari – so not supported on Internet Explorer). Pop-ups can be deactivated if needed (see next section).

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2. Notification in the logbook

3. Counter in the browser page title in case you’re not in Proxyclick (see the little “2”)

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How to (de)activate pop-up notifications

 

On Firefox:

First time you use Proxyclick you’ll normally see a message asking you to authorize pop-up notifications.

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At any point, you can (de)activate the pop-up notification by clicking on the lock icon in the address bar and then going to the notifications preferences.

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On Chrome:

First time you use Proxyclick you’ll normally see a message asking you to authorize pop-up notifications.

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At any point, you can (de)activate the pop-up notification by clicking on the lock icon in the address bar and then going to the notifications preferences.

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On Safari:

First time you use Proxyclick you’ll normally see a message asking you to authorize pop-up notifications.

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At any point, you can (de)activate the pop-up notification in Safari preferences > Notifications.

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