Never miss a message, volunteer or hour approval again. Let notifications from your Do Some Good profile appear right on your computer desktop.
- What are Desktop Notifications?
- How Do I get Started?
- Which Browsers are Supported?
- Will These Work On My Mobile Device?
- What Does It Mean That My Browser is Set To Block Notifications?
What are Desktop Notifications?
Desktop notifications allow your web browser to alert you when you receive messages and other kinds of events on Do Some Good. You can then click them to go directly to the message in your default web browser.
NOTE: You will need to have Do Some Good open in at least one tab. The tab can be minimized or in the background.
How Do I Get Started?
- Log into Do Some Good with a supported browser.
- Click your name in the upper-right corner of the page, and choose "Settings & Privacy".
- In the "Notification Settings" section, under "Desktop notifications", click "Turn on" and follow the directions to allow permission to send notifications.
- Click "Send test notification" to see an example of a desktop notification.
Which Browsers Support Desktop Notifications?
Notifications are currently supported in the latest versions of:
Older versions of these browsers, or ones not listed above are not guaranteed to support desktop notifications.
Will These Work On My Mobile Device?
No, we recommend you install the do some good app for iOS or Android to get the optimum experience on your mobile.
What does it mean when it says "Your browser is set to block notifications from Do Some Good"?
If you've answered with "Deny" or "Block" to a notification request, Do Some Good won't be allowed to send notifications until you change the setting back to "Allow".