When you visit certain websites, you’ll get an annoying popup message telling you the website wants to show you notifications. Want to stop seeing this popup? Here’s how to disable web push notifications in Google Chrome.
Basically, new internet browsers allow websites to show you desktop notifications. However, before they can show you the notifications, they must get your approval. So, if you visit any websites that provide desktop notifications, you will get the popup asking for your approval.
Fortunately, there is an option in Google Chrome to enable you to stop receiving this popup or push notifications. This option will totally disable any notification from any websites you visit. So, this is how you can disable any websites from sending you any notifications on Google Chrome.
How to disable web push notification in Google Chrome
On your Google Chrome, click on 3dots at the top right of the screen to open the menu. Click on setting to open the setting page. Scroll down and click on Show advanced settings… to open the advance part.
- Launch Google Chrome.
- Select Menu (the 3 vertical dots at the top right corner).
- Under Privacy and security, select Site Settings.
- Under Permissions, select Notifications.
- Slide the toggle next to Sites can ask to send notifications.
- Alternatively, you can Use quieter messaging.
- Done, close the Settings page.
Web push notifications are used to help website owners to grow their businesses. However, sometimes there is also inappropriate content popping up on my desktop notifications. Due to this, I disabled notifications from all websites.
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