How to Stop Chrome Notifications on Desktop and Android

Most websites on the net make use of push notifications to send across updates straight to one’s PC or smart device.

This enables users to stay abreast of every event online, right down to the comment posted on your article online, even when the user is offline! But considering the magnitude of websites out there on the net, a user allowing multiple websites to send notifications will lead things to easily get out of hand and will get annoying fast.

With Google Chrome, such problems are compounded as this particular browser has the undesirable characteristic of running in the background. This means notification will be shown even when Chrome is closed.

If you are a user who is having a large amount of problems with putting down or reducing Chrome Notifications on the desktop or on Android Devices, Here are a few methods to tackle this common problem:

 

Disable Chrome Notifications on Desktop

 

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Users have to take the first step by quite easily disabling Chrome notifications on your particular PC, either running on Windows or OS X by going to Chrome Settings. Here you will have to go scroll down and click “Show Advanced Settings”.

The sequence of steps are given below:

Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Settings

 

Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Advanced/Settings

 

Click Content Settings located under Privacy,

next scroll down to the Notifications section.

If one does not want to receive notification from any and every website, they will have to choose the option which states “Do not allow any site to show notifications.

This in turn will go ahead and disable all and every notification without letting any website to send notifications to users even in coming future.

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The sequence of steps is given below:

Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Content-Settings

 

Disable/Chrome/Notifications/manage/Notifications

Users requiring more specific discretionary blocking of website notification that are bothersome can individually disable said notifications. You will have to click the Manage Exceptions button located under the Notifications heading. This will display all the websites allowed to send notifications currently.

One will have to click the allow button next to the name of the website and select Block option from the displayed drop-down menu. If you want to go the other way, then you can receive notification only from a particular website. This can be done by choosing “Do not allow any site to show notifications” in order to disable every notification.

In the “Manage Exceptions” tab, choose “Allow” for allowing your favourite websites.

The sequence of steps are given below:
Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Disable/Notifications
Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Block-a-notification

Disable Chrome Notifications on Android

 

Users looking the disable Chrome notifications on the Android platform shall have only to tap on the main menu on the screen’s top-right corner wherein you will have to select Settings.

Now you will have to scroll down and tap “Site Settings” followed by tapping Notifications.

Users will be able to see here all the wesbites that were allowed to send notification to them. In order to completely disable the notifications, user will have too tap on the slider situated at the top-right corner of the screen.

This will lead to you not getting notification from any website.

The Sequence of steps are given below:
Disable/Chrome/Notifications/Access/Notifications
Users wanting to block notifications for specific websites, need only to tap on the website name and choose “Block” on the next page.

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