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How can you block websites from asking to send notifications on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge?

Once you block some or all websites from sending you notifications, you won't get distracting messages regarding new posts. 

Websites nowadays don’t just represent an accumulation of information. They interact with the user to identify what he/she is looking for on the website. As soon as you open some websites, you may find the notification that asks you to allow cookies and notifications. Generally, these settings are designed to improve the user experience. However, you may also get irritated by frequent notifications.

To get rid of the notifications by some or all websites that you visit, almost all modern browsers provide settings to disable them. Once you block a few or all websites from sending you notifications, you won’t get disturbing messages regarding new posts.

How can you block websites asking for notifications on Chrome?

To block websites from asking for notifications on Chrome, follow these steps.

  • Launch the Chrome browser on your PC or smartphone.
  • Click the three vertical dots located at the top-right corner and then click Settings.
  • In the side menu, click Privacy and security.
In the side menu, click Privacy and security.
In the side menu, click Privacy and security.
  • Go to Site settings > Notifications.
Go to Site settings > Notifications.
Go to Site settings > Notifications.
  • Here you can handpick which sites you want to prevent from sending notifications.
  • To block all sites from sending notification toggle off the option that says, “Sites can ask to send notifications”.
To block all sites from sending notification toggle off the option that says, "Sites can ask to send notifications".
To block all sites from sending notification toggle off the option that says, “Sites can ask to send notifications”.
  • To block a website from sending notifications, click Add button in the Block section and paste the link to the desired website.
  • To allow a website for sending notifications, click Add button in the Allow section and paste the link to the desired website.

How can you block websites asking for notifications on Firefox?

To block websites from asking for notifications on Firefox, follow these steps.

  • Launch the Firefox browser on your PC or smartphone.
  • Click the hamburger icon located at the top-right corner and then click Options.
  • In the side menu, click Privacy and security.
  • Scroll down to reach the Permissions section.
  • Click the Settings button corresponding to the Notifications option.
Click the Settings button corresponding to the Notifications option.
Click the Settings button corresponding to the Notifications option.
  • Click the checkbox that says, “Block new requests asking to allow notifications”.
Click the checkbox that says, "Block new requests asking to allow notifications".
Click the checkbox that says, “Block new requests asking to allow notifications”.
  • Click the Save Changes button.

How can you block websites asking for notifications on Edge?

To block websites from asking for notifications on Edge, follow these steps.

  • Launch the Edge browser on your PC or smartphone.
  • Click the three horizontal dots located at the top-right corner and then click Settings.
  • In the side menu, click Cookies and site permissions.
  • Scroll down and click the Notifications option.
Scroll down and click the Notifications option.
Scroll down and click the Notifications option.
  • Here you can handpick which sites you want to prevent from sending notifications to you.
  • Toggle off the option that says, “Ask before sending (recommended)”.
Toggle off the option that says, "Ask before sending (recommended)".
Toggle off the option that says, “Ask before sending (recommended)”.

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