Google’s Chrome browser allows websites to push notifications/reminders to users, and naturally, users can also block these notifications. In addition to blocking the notifications of each website one by one when receiving the notification, users can also turn off the notifications completely by disabling “Websites can request notifications to be sent to you”.
Browsers allow websites to send users to push notifications about new updates and articles. Although these notifications are useful, they can be annoying at times, especially when you are at work or just want to be alone. In order to let you get rid of this pain, Google Chrome finally allows users to stop any and all websites from asking you for notification permissions. In Google Chrome, there are two ways to block website notifications.
Block All Website Notifications:
Google Site Reliability Manager Steph Hippo shared tips on how to block website notifications. First, go to the Notifications section of the Settings menu in the Chrome browser. The path is Settings> Site Settings> Notification. Or, you can enter chrome://settings/content/notifications in the address bar.
Here the user can disable the Website can request to send you a notification to completely turn off the notification prompt. You can also toggle the Use quieter messages option, which will prevent notifications from appearing when only performing tasks in Chrome.
Block Website Notifications One By One:
If you have previously enabled the notification function, you can also use this page to individually disable the notification function of any website. Scroll down to pick a website, and then click the three-dot menu on the right side of the page. The processing on Android is slightly different. Just go to Chrome browser>Settings>Notifications, and then switch to turn off notifications for each website or to switch notifications for all websites. Although you will still see the prompt, at least, it will not issue a notification.
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