I sometimes miss push notifications, so I would like to see a history of what and when I have received notifications in the sidebar, like the action bar in Windows.
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Have you considered/would you consider integrating Firefox's in-browser push notifications into the Windows 10/11 notifications system?I ask because the notification timeout is really fast if there are many notifications, it's impossible to properly read them all before they disappear and there's no obvious way to view notification history if at all.Also, if there are more notifications than what can fit in the available screen height you just don't see them.Additionally the Notifications are still white even when on a dark theme, this seems like something that should have been addressed a long time ago already.
Yes please. I fire up Firefox and all these notifications appear, then disappear forever.
I believe there's a bug open for this: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1497425
Edge manages it well, they're also dark ♥
I raised a separate idea for dark mode notifications:
I suggest to implement Firefox push notifications with Windows Notification Center which can not only allow viewing history messages but also bring forth a more coherent user experience.
@FlamingDawn Sounds like a good idea, but since Firefox is cross-platform, developers may not want to add OS-dependent features.
@AnonymousWell, in my humble opinion, it is the deep integration with each OS it supports that make an cross-platform APP successful, like Office and Telegram. Adding support for Windows native notifications won't do any harm to current user experience. You may see the benefits of it in this idea.
I vehemently dislike the notifications and would prefer a way to turn the off altogether. Currently, I do not see a way to disable them after going through all settings. Perhaps I am mistaken in this but if not - for the love of all that’s holy- please give option to disable.
You can switch to the native Windows notifications:
alerts.useSystemBackend --> true
You can then adjust the timeout, audio, add to action center, etc.
As of now working on Windows 10 and I haven't had any issues but it's not released as default yet.
@user78335 Thanks for the information. I hope in the future it will be possible to configure in about:preferences.