We visit various websites on the internet through Chrome. Usually, when visiting any website, you may have seen and even agreed to those popups seeking permission for sending notifications. Once you allow the permission, most of these websites will spam you with notifications which could be very annoying. Therefore, we are here to help you with three different ways by which you can stop notifications in Chrome on your PC, Android, or iPhone.
Stop Chrome Notifications On PC
By default, Chrome will alert you with notifications from each website you had agreed to receive notifications from. You can customize this from the Chrome settings. Follow the steps mentioned below to know how to block Chrome Notifications in Windows.
But before we start, make sure you update your Chrome Browser to the latest version for the effectiveness of the steps mentioned here.
Step 1: Open the Chrome Browser on your PC and click on the three dots in the top right corner.
Step 2: From the options, click on Settings.
Step 3: From the settings page, select the Privacy and Security tab.
Step 4: Then, click on Site Settings.
Step 5: On the Site Settings page, scroll down to the Permissions section and select Notifications.
Step 6: From here, you can customize the notifications in three ways, shown below
Sites Can Ask to Send Notifications
If you choose the first and default option, you can scroll down and Customise which all websites can send you notifications.
Step 1: Click on Add.
Step 2: From the new window that appears, paste the website URL that you want to add.
Step 3: After that, click on Add.
If you want to block the notification from allowed sites, select that site, and then on the new page, you can block notifications from that site.
Use Quieter Messaging
With this option, Google will block every notification prompt that appears whenever you visit a website, thus preventing you from accidentally permitting any website to push notifications.
You can add the URL of the sites you want to block the notification pop up in chrome://settings/content/notifications.
Don’t Allow Sites to Send Notifications
Enabling this option will fully block every notification from all the websites you’ve had permitted to send notifications. All you need to do is add the URL of all the sites for which you want to block notifications.
Stop Chrome Notifications on Android and iPhone
Just like PC, you can also block notifications from Chrome on Android and iPhone by following the same steps mentioned below:
Block All Chrome Notifications
The below-mentioned steps can be used for blocking all notifications from Google
Step1: Open the Chrome app on your Android device and click on the three-dots on the top right corner.
Step 2: From the options that appear, Click on Settings.
Step 3: Scroll down to the Advanced section and click on Site Settings.
Step 4: On the site settings page, Click on Notifications.
Step 5: You can turn off the Notifications from there.
Block Notification From a Specific Site
If you don’t want to stop all notifications from Chrome on Android and iPhone and only want to block notifications from a specific site, then follow these steps mentioned below:
Step 1: Open Chrome and visit the website that you want to stop notifications from.
Step 2: Tap on the lock sign found on the left side of the address bar.
Step 3: From the new window, open Permissions and stop the notification from that site.
If you use Incognito mode in Chrome on any platform, you will stop getting notifications from Chrome, even if you had permitted to send notifications. You can follow the steps mentioned in our ways to open Chrome in incognito mode by default on mobile and PC to always use Chrome on Incognito mode.
On Android and iPhone, you can also turn off Chrome app notifications in App Info settings to block all notifications from Chrome.
With this article, we hope that we were able to help you to stop Notifications from Chrome. If you have any suggestions or queries, do let us know in the comments. Till then, stay tuned for more Browser related tips and tricks.