A widget. Shortcut

It is, perhaps, the most sensitive widget and the most valuable one for converting subscribers. First, it doesn't cover much of the screen. It is just "present". However, it is catching to the eye, and the shortcut moves with the scroll. If your website supports scrolling, you should expect an increased number of clicks on the shortcut.

Push.World has developed a possibility to customize the shortcut to your preferences and to the preferences of your users.

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Customizing appearance

If your website contains important controls on the left or on the right, the shortcut may be located on the opposite side on the left or on the right, so that it doesn't cover them.

On the left

On the right

Depending on the general color scheme of your website, you can choose the shortcut color. A white shortcut would be suitable for a dark-themed website (for contrast)

A black one — for white-themed websites

However, the best variant is to use the yellow that is fashionable today

Okay, we have customized the appearance, now let’s customize the shortcut display

Customizing display

Click on the appropriate icon

We get into the amazing world of settings of shortcut display to the website visitors. Let us examine each of them.

Delay of display

This setting specifies the number of seconds after which the shortcut will appear, as set up in the previous paragraph. Since shortcuts are little annoying, we recommend leaving the setting "after 0 seconds", so that users can see it immediately after loading the webpage.

However, you may experiment further.

For your attention:

The area of the web page

The shortcut will appear exactly in the location specified by you. If you choose "In the middle", the user will see the shortcut after scrolling 33% of the web page. Or, he will see it after scrolling 66% of the web page if you choose "Footer". If "Header" is selected, it will appear immediately.

And that's not all.

There are more.


In case of a shortcut, we do not recommend to use the setting. It works as a standard comebacker: when the user moves the mouse away from the website (to close the tab or anywhere else), as soon as the mouse leaves the web page, the shortcut appears.

We don't recommend it. The user will simply fail to notice it.

Learn more about the tools for push subscriptions from Push.World.