With web apps developing more rapidly, modern websites will ask you to receive notifications about their products & updates and if you are the one who regret enabling this, then you can disable it in your browser settings or you can directly open that website and click on the secure icon on the address bar.
Disable Notifications from a Website in Google Chrome (Desktop)
Method 1: If You Know the Website
- Open Google Chrome and type the website’s address in address bar for which you want to disable notifications and press enter.
- Now at the address bar you will see a secure icon (If the website doesn’t support HTTPS, then you will see a not secure icon). Click on it.
- You will see if the notifications are enabled or not. Enable/Disable notifications here.
Method 2: If You Don’t Know the Website
- Open Google Chrome and go to its settings.
- Now scroll down to bottom and click on Advanced Settings.
- Under Privacy and security, click on Content settings.
- Then click on Notifications.
If you don’t like this long procedure. then you can directly type chrome://settings/content/notifications in the address bar.
Disable Notifications on Your Smartphone
Method 1: If you Know the Website
- Open Chrome and type the website’s address in the address bar.
- Now tap on the secure icon (lock icon) at the address bar.
- You will see if Notifications are enabled or not and to disable notifications, tap on site settings.
- Then disable notifications here (if you want to mute notifications, then disable the sound permission).
Method 2: If you Don’t know the Website
- Open Chrome and go to its settings.
- Under Advanced, tap on Site settings.
- Then tap on Notifications.
- Here you will see all the websites that are sending you notifications.
You can also see all the websites that have permission to access your device hardware.