Last week we wrote about a notification sent to mobile users of a correction from the Guardian news app. We thought the app might have started notifying readers when an article had been corrected—which would be a great way of making sure readers are aware of those corrections rather than relying on corrections columns.
But we've found out from the Guardian it was a correction to a previous push notification, rather than the article itself.
We suggested they—and other news apps—could think about implementing this kind of feature in the future.
Do you think it would work? Let us know your thoughts at @FullFact or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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