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There’s practically no need to allow websites to send you notifications, and there’s certainly no need for your web browser to ask if that’d be okay. If you’ve never found any use for these, I want to show you how to fix it once and for all, in whichever browser you use.

Google Chrome (desktop)

  • Click on the three dots button near the top right corner of the browser, and select Settings.
  • Head to ‘Privacy and security,’ and then click on Site Settings. Alternatively, simply type ‘notifications’ in the ‘Search settings’ query box on this page.
  • Under Permissions, look for ‘Notifications’ and click on it.
  • Under Default behavior, select Don’t allow sites to send notifications.