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Recent questions tagged nag-screen

Nag-screens are dialogs preventing the use of an application or website, usually until the user clicks a button or a timer expires. They're most commonly used to encourage user actions that are beneficial to the owner of the application or website (like buying the application, subscribing to a service, allowing cookies or JavaScript on a website, etc.), but are often not in the best interest of the user.
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