Notifications may have a disruptive effect on users and the vision of a smart notification delivery is still an open question. Alternatively to existing user-opaque solutions, we identify the lack of significant end-user personalization features as one of the main issues in the "traditional" notification management. In this paper, we explore a preference-based approach towards smart notification delivery. By considering existing in-the-wild studies that directly involve users, we defined a set of preferences to customize the notification delivery, and we built a mobile application for their set up. We evaluated the understandability of such preferences, and the acceptance of our preference-based approach in a user study with 10 participants. Preliminary results show that the preferences were easily understood, and that users are willing to set them up.

On the Benefit of Adding User Preferences to Notification Delivery / DE RUSSIS, Luigi; MONGE ROFFARELLO, Alberto. - STAMPA. - (2017), pp. 1561-1568. ((Intervento presentato al convegno CHI 2017: The 35th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems tenutosi a Denver, CO (USA) nel May 6–11, 2017 [10.1145/3027063.3053160].

On the Benefit of Adding User Preferences to Notification Delivery

DE RUSSIS, LUIGI;MONGE ROFFARELLO, ALBERTO
2017

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Notifications may have a disruptive effect on users and the vision of a smart notification delivery is still an open question. Alternatively to existing user-opaque solutions, we identify the lack of significant end-user personalization features as one of the main issues in the "traditional" notification management. In this paper, we explore a preference-based approach towards smart notification delivery. By considering existing in-the-wild studies that directly involve users, we defined a set of preferences to customize the notification delivery, and we built a mobile application for their set up. We evaluated the understandability of such preferences, and the acceptance of our preference-based approach in a user study with 10 participants. Preliminary results show that the preferences were easily understood, and that users are willing to set them up.
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