How to enable and disable web push notifications in Google Chrome?
Web push notifications appear at the top or bottom of your browser’s window even if you were offline at the moment they were sent. Web push notification is a good way to inform the users about the latest news, trends, sales, advertisements. Still, they may be annoying, especially when accompanied with an alert, so you want to disable them.
So, how to enable and disable web push notifications in Google Chrome?
Step 1. Go to Settings.
Click the icon of Settings at the right of your browser window and choose “Settings.”
Step 2. Choose “Advanced” Settings.
Go to the bottom of the page and choose “Advanced”.
Step 3. Click “Content settings”.
Click “Content settings” under “Privacy and security”.
Step 4. Choose “Notifications”.
Step 5. Enable or disable notifications.
To enable notifications, click “Allow all sites to show notifications”.
To disable notifications, click “Do not allow any site to show notifications”.
If you are not sure, whether you want to receive notifications or not, click “Ask when a site wants to show notifications”.
Step 6. Manage exceptions.
If you once gave a permission to a website to show notifications, but now you do not want, choose “Manage exceptions” and put X to the right of the site. Click “Done”.
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