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The renotify read-only property of the Notification interface specifies whether the user should be notified after a new notification replaces an old one, as specified in the renotify option of the Notification() constructor.


A boolean value. false is the default; true makes the notification renotify the user.


The following snippet is intended to fire a notification that renotifies the user after it has been replaced; a simple options object is created, and then the notification is fired using the Notification() constructor.

const options = {
  body: 'Do you like my Notification?',
  renotify: true

const n = new Notification('Test notification', options);

console.log(n.renotify) // should log true


Notifications API Standard
# dom-notification-renotify

Browser compatibility

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See also