Push notifications from the New Mexican

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The Santa Fe New Mexican provides breaking local news updates through browser push notifications, allowing readers to view stories as soon as they go live online.

When a user has a web browser open and has accepted push notifications from the New Mexican, notifications will appear in the corner of the user’s screen when a breaking news story is posted on the New Mexican website. Users can click the link to be taken to the breaking news story.

Note: Apple does not support web push notification technology on iPhones or Safari browsers.

Example of a push notification

You can access push notification settings by clicking the bell icon at the top of the website. This will open up a panel with two tabs. The Settings tab allows users to accept or deny push notifications. The Notifications tab displays recent notifications sent by The New Mexican. 

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Settings tab

Notifications tab

In order to receive push notifications, you must make sure your browser allows notifications to santafenewmexican.com. To do this, access site settings in your browser's settings and make sure notifications are allowed for santafenewmexican.com. If your browser is blocking notifications from santafenewmexican.com, you will see the following message:

If you have questions about push notifications from The New Mexican, please email us at webeditor@sfnewmexican.com

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