How to enable or disable Push Notifications on Chrome, Firefox & Safari Browser?Make Text Bigger
See how you can enable or disable web push notification in Chrome
Open Chrome browser and follow the given path or simply type-
chrome://settings/content in a new tab.
A pop-up window with content setting will be displayed.
- Scroll down to Notifications
- Go to Manage Exceptions
In this section a list of website URL, you have subscribed for will appear. Select the website URL you want to unsubscribe. Here you can allow, deny or completely delete a website URL.
Check how you can enable or disable web push notification in Firefox
Open Mozilla Firefox browser, then go to Firefox menu and select options.
Select the content segment and tap on the choose button under Notifications.
A Notification Permissions window will pop-up. In this section, select the site URL’s you wish to unsubscribe. Then click on Remove Site.
- To stop all sites from sending push messages, click Remove All Sites.
- Websites will need to ask your permission to send messages in the future.
Check out how to enable or disable web push from a particular website on Safari Browser
Open your Safari browser and click on Safari. Under Safari panel click on Preferences.
Select the website you wish to remove from notification section. Click on Allow or Deny as per your preference.
Disable Notifications on Android Devices
Open Chrome browser and Click on Menu, under this section tap Settings.
Scroll Down and click on Site Settings
In Site settings, again continue to scroll down and choose Notifications.
In Notifications section, select the site you want to allow or deny web push services.
On the next screen, tap on clear & reset, a pop-up will appear asking for your permission to allow or Block notifications from the selected website. Choose the option as per your preference.