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Notifications
Stage Definition
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Health OK
Status note Just getting started

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Stage 1: Definition

1. Feature overview

The purpose of this project is to expose an API for various types of notifications, both real time and ambient. This API should manifest itself on desktop and mobile.

2. Users & use cases

Lots of use cases, but here are some examples of incoming messages from:

Ping/Pulse/Bounce

  • real time chat
  • asynchronous (but important) direct messages through social networks

Ambient asynchronous email

  • asynchronous (and not important) messages through social networks
  • various random niche sites that need to notify you of events

3. Dependencies

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4. Requirements

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Non-goals

Interrupt the user's cognitive flow with notifications that are not relevant or important (the growl effect)

  • [b]Badging is a non-goal[/b]. The increasing size of the badge creates a game mechanic where users must get the number down to zero, which isn't a good pattern, and ultimately makes them feel like they are failing.
  • Panel notifications need to be user opt in, because they are so destructive to the user's attention and cognitive flow.

Stage 2: Design

5. Functional specification

Two different API calls:

Ambient (for email messages, etc. this messages does not capture your attention, you have to direct your attention to it)

Ping (for direct messages, real time chat, etc. The message captures your attention and continues to bounce, pulse, glow until you interact with it)

6. User experience design

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Stage 3: Planning

7. Implementation plan

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8. Reviews

Security review

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Privacy review

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Localization review

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Accessibility

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Quality Assurance review

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Operations review

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Stage 4: Development

9. Implementation

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Stage 5: Release

10. Landing criteria

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Feature details

Priority Unprioritized
Rank 999
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