A huge number of people use browsers every day to access the Internet. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari – these services help to work and learn new information.
However, every year more and more features appear in these programs, and not all of them are useful. For example, Google’s browser has alerts that come from different websites. They can be very annoying, but the problem can be solved in just a few minutes.
How to turn off notifications in Google Chrome – further in the material.
It is important to note that messages are sent only with the permission of the user – sites strongly offer this feature.
You can ban all sites from sending messages with simple instructions:
1. In the upper left corner, click on a dot. A menu will appear where you need to select the Settings bar.
2. In the settings menu, a list of sections will appear on the left side of the screen. After clicking on Privacy and Security, a page with additional features will open.
3. In the list, tap Site settings and scroll down the list of features. In the Permissions subheading, find the Notification line.
4. Click the Prohibit sites from sending messages line. This will turn off all features that were used to send messages by sites.
To turn off notifications in Google Chrome, the user can also choose Important Message Mode – restrictions will apply during the period of operation.
If you scroll down the settings page, sites that have received permission to send messages will be displayed. You can opt out of messages from specific pages, leaving only the most important ones.