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Chrome browser: turn off annoying website notifications again

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Many websites have blatantly used the browser’s notification features for some time, but the notifications can be turned off at any time.

Many websites have been bothering with a request for some time to be able to send their readers new notifications. Unfortunately, more and more users confirm this popup because they click too fast. Out of habit, they actually want to remove the cookie banner that is actually required for websites, but they hit the wrong button. It’s just a push of a button to be permanently annoyed now. Fortunately, these notifications can be turned off again. In just a few steps. It doesn’t matter if it is on your PC’s Chrome browser or on your smartphone.

Disable notifications in Chrome on Android smartphone

  1. Open Chrome
  2. Three point button
  3. Settings
  4. Website settings
  5. Notifications
  6. Allowed> select website
  7. Notifications
  8. Turn on the “Show notifications” switch

You can also allow notifications for websites that have already been blocked. Both can also be done in a slightly shorter way:

  1. Open Chrome
  2. Three point button
  3. Settings
  4. Notifications
  5. Notifications
  6. Scroll down to the “Websites” area and activate the desired switch

Turn off notifications in Chrome on your computer

Basically a smartphone-like method applies, but you can open a quick selection directly via the three-dot button in the area of ​​approved websites and thus get to the desired destination one touch faster.

Another alternative way on all platforms is to simply tap the small button in front of the URL in the address bar. Usually this is a closed padlock that represents an active HTTPS connection. There you can find a context menu, through which you can also enable or disable notifications for a website.

Browser developers are slowly but surely changing their applications so that users are less frequently faced with these notification requests. A step in the right direction, as we also think.

P.S: If you block notifications from a website, it automatically disables the recurring notification request.