One of the options that Chrome offers are notifications, however some of them tend to be very annoying over time.
Chrome is one of the most popular browsers worldwide, one of its characteristics is the possibility of receive notifications when an email is received or if a page that interests you publishes new content.
However, if you receive too many alarms, you may want to disable some or all. This way you won’t have to receive a message all the time.
Every time a website, application or extension wants send notifications, the platform notifies users. But sometimes it is accepted by mistake and over time the team becomes saturated with alarms.
How to disable Chrome notifications on PC?
- Click on the menu “Chrome”And go to“ Preferences ”or click on the drop-down menu indicated by the icon with three dots, then clicking on“ Settings ”.
- Scroll down to the “Privacy and security” part. Once there click on “Content Settings”
- Click on “Notifications”And tap the switch next to“ Ask before sending (recommended) ”. That setting will change to “Locked”
In that list you will see a subsection called notifications where we will have the opportunity to remove the alarms from Chrome how much they are bothering us. We can deactivate them all (preventing any website from sending them) or, if we prefer, select, one by one, which pages we want to send these notices.
How to disable Chrome notifications on iOS and Android?
- Open the Android settings from the app drawer.
- Tap Apps & notifications from Settings.
- Select the browser application from the application list.
- Within Chrome App Info, tap the Notifications tab.
- Here you will see all currently enabled or disabled alarms.
- If you want to completely stop the Chrome notification, turn on the Show notification button and turn it off.