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notifications.onClicked

Fired when the user clicks a notification, but not on any of the notification's buttons (for that, see notifications.onButtonClicked).

Syntax

chrome.notifications.onClicked.addListener(function(
  notificationId      // string
) {...})
chrome.notifications.onClicked.removeListener(listener)
chrome.notifications.onClicked.hasListener(listener)

This API is also available as browser.notifications.onClicked.*.

Events have three functions:

addListener(callback)
Adds a listener to this event.
removeListener(listener)
Stop listening to this event. The listener argument is the listener to remove.
hasListener(listener)
Check whether listener is registered for this event. Returns true if it is listening, false otherwise.

addListener syntax

Parameters

callback

Function that will be called when this event occurs. The function will be passed the following arguments:

notificationId
string. ID of the notification that the user clicked.

Browser compatibility

Chrome Edge Firefox Firefox for Android Opera
Basic support Yes No 47.0 48.0 33

Examples

In this simple example we add a listener to the notifications.onClicked event to listen for system notifications being clicked. When this occurs, we log an appropriate message to the console.

chrome.notifications.onClicked.addListener(function(notificationId) {
  console.log('Notification ' + notificationId + ' was clicked by the user');
});

Acknowledgements

This API is based on Chromium's chrome.notifications API.

Microsoft Edge compatibility data is supplied by Microsoft Corporation and is included here under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

Document Tags and Contributors

 Contributors to this page: Makyen, chrisdavidmills, wbamberg
 Last updated by: Makyen,