I would like to show a window with the privileges of the notification at a particular time and not immediately after the page loads.

So I tried the following method: I set the autoSubscribe parameter to false,

     Pushwoosh.push (["init:, {autoSubscribe: false,...}]);

Later, at the right time run method:

     Pushwoosh.push ([ 'subscribe' _this._subscribeCallback.bind (_this)]);

I get the following message: Device debug register call it Pushwoosh has been successful

But when I try to run

    api.setTags ({ 'tag': 'tag'})

I get the following message:

Uncaught (in promise) Error: No subscription at new t (PushwooshError.js 3) WorkerInit.js at 82

Is there any solution to this problem?

asked 03 Feb '17, 11:28
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Hi! At the moment, user is always prompted to opt-in for notifications as soon as our SDK is initiated. The ability to postpone this even will be added in Web SDK 3.0 which is about ti be released. Stay tuned!

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answered 14 Mar '17, 09:44
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