Thursday, May 19, 2022

How to turn off those pesky ‘allow site notifications?’ pop-ups in every browser 

How to turn off those pesky ‘allow site notifications’ pop-ups in every browser
How to turn off those pesky ‘allow site notifications?’ pop-ups in every browser

Do you want a particular website to send you site notifications? Yea, I didn’t think so, even then it keeps bugging me out when my browser asks me if it’s okay to allow notifications. Read the room browser, I don’t want to allow notifications, nor do want to see the message displayed. I’ve had enough, and if you did too, I’ll show you how to fix it for good, in whichever browser you use.  

How to turn off “allow site notifications” pop-ups for Google Chrome (desktop)

  • Click on the three dots button near the top right corner, then click on Settings. 
  • Navigate to ‘Privacy & security,’ then click on Site Settings. Otherwise, you can simply enter ‘notifications’ in the ‘Search settings’ query box on this page. 
  • Under ‘Permissions’, search for Notifications, then click on it. 
  • Under Default behavior, choose Don’t allow sites to send notifications. 

How to turn off “allow site notification” pop-ups for Google Chrome (mobile)? 

  • Tap on the three dots button near the top right corner, then select Settings. 
  • Tap on Site settings, then choose Notifications. 
  • On the upcoming screen, set the toggle to off. 

How can you turn off “allow site notification” pop-ups for Microsoft Edge

  • Click on the three dots button near the top right, then select Settings. 
  • Click on Cookies and site permissions. 
  • Under ‘Site permissions’ > ‘All permissions’, search for Notifications, then click on that section. If not, simply enter ‘notifications’ in the ‘Search settings’ query box on the Settings page. 
  • Toggle the ‘Ask before sending (recommended)’ off. 
  • Yea, I remember you Firefox peeps too.

How can you turn off “allow site notification” pop-ups for Mozilla Firefox

  • Click on the three lines (hamburger) button near the top right corner, then select Settings. 
  • Click on Privacy & Security. Under ‘Permissions’ on that page, locate ‘Notifications’, then click on the Settings. 
  • After the pop-up appears check the box that says ‘Block new requests asking to allow notifications.’ Click on Save Changes to confirm the changes.  

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