Sometimes it appears annoyed when notifications appear from the website when opening search engines such as Google Chrom e, Mozilla Firefox , or Safari .
But still, there are steps to stop the website from giving these notifications. Quoted by The Verge , here’s how:
1. Stop notifications on Google Chrome
- Click the dot three in the browser on the right hand corner and select ‘settings’
- Scroll down and click’ Advanced ‘then click’ Site Settings’
- Select ‘Notifications’
- Click’ Ask before sending (recommended) until it changes to writing ‘Blocked’
- You can determine which websites you still want to send notifications by:
- Click ‘Add’ on the button next to ‘Allow’
- Type the URL that you still want to get notifications
2. Stop notifications in Mozilla Firefox
- Click the three lines in the right corner of the browser
- Select ‘Privacy Protection’ then click ‘Manage Settings’
- Select the’ Privacy & Security ‘option then scroll down to find’ Permission ‘and touch’ Settings’ on the text next to ‘ Notifications’
- Select the website for which you want to keep notifications, or if you want to delete all notifications select ‘Remove All Websites’
3. Stop notifications in Safari
- Open Safari> Preferences
- Click on Websites
- Click on ‘Notifications’ on the left
- All websites that have requested notification will appear, you just choose which website you still want by selecting ‘allow’.
- If you want to temporarily stop all website notifications, you can select “Do Not Disturb” at the top left.