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How to manage Web Notifications

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In Safari:

  1. Change the Safari Permissions
  2. Go to the Safari menu and select Preferences.
  3. Select Websites.
  4. Click Notifications in the left menu pane.
  5. The right side of the window contains a list of the sites that asked for permission to send you notifications.

In Chrome:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More. Settings.
  3. Click Privacy and security Site Settings. Notifications.
  4. Select the option that you want as your default setting.
  5. Block a site: Next to “Not allowed to send notifications,” click Add.

In Firefox:

  1. Go to the browser menu and select “Settings.”
  2. On the left, click on “Privacy & Security.”
  3. Scroll down to the “Permissions” window, and select “Notification.”
  4. If you want to disable notifications, check “Pause notifications until Firefox restarts.” Notifications will not appear until you restart Firefox.
    In Edge:

In Edge

  1. Go to Settings and more in the upper right corner of your browser window.
  2. Select Settings > Cookies and site permissions and select Notifications.
  3. Under Allow, you will find a list of websites that are currently sending you notifications.
  4. Select the three dots next to the website from which you want to stop receiving notifications and select either Remove or Block.