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How To Turn Off Push Notifications On Your Browser

Step by Step guide to disable web push notifications on Chrome, Firefox and Safari

Do not feel the need to receive notification from a particular website ? Here is a quick guide to Disable Web Push Notifications on desktop and mobile. Follow simple steps.

Disable Web Push Notifications

 How to Disable Web Push Notifications 

Step 1- Open google chrome and and type chrome://settings/content in a new tab.

Step 2- A pop up with content setting will appear.

- Scroll down to Notifications section

- Click on Manage Exceptions

 

Disable Web Push Notifications                                                                                Content Settings

 

Step 3- Selecting the URL from the list you want to unsubscribe, the user can allow, deny or completely remove a website.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome Desktop

Selecting the URL

 

 

Disable Web Push Notifications

 

How to Disable Web Push Notifications on FirefoxFirefox

Step 1- Go to Firefox menu and select Options.

Step 2- Select the Content panel and click on the choose button under Notifications.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Firefox Content Panel

 

Step 3- Select the sites and click on Remove Site

To stop all sites from sending you push messages, click on Remove All Sites.
Websites will need to ask your permission to send messages in the future.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications Choose Website to Remove

 

Disable Web Push Notifications

How to Disable Web Push Notifications on Safari

Step 1- Go to the Safari browser and click on Safari.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications of Safari Desktop Safari Browser

 

Step 2-  Select the website you want to unsubscribe to and select Allow or Deny as per your requirements.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications of Safari Desktop Safari Notifications Dropbox

 

Step 3- Do not forget to check the box at the bottom which says "Allow websites to ask for permission to send notifications."

Disable Web Push Notifications

 

 

 

How to Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome - Mobile

 

Step 1- Go to the Chrome browser and Click on Menu, under which choose Settings.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications Chrome Menu

 

Step 2- Scroll Down and click on Site settings

 

Disable Web Push Notifications Settings Panel

 

Step 3- Under Site settings, scroll down and choose Notifications.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome Mobile Site settings

 

Step 4- In the Notifications panel, select the site you want to unsubscribe from.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome Mobile Select the site

 

Step 5- Click on Notifications on the next screen, a pop up will arrive and select block.

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome Mobile Click on Notifications

 

 

Disable Web Push Notifications on Chrome Mobile Choose block to unsubscribe

 

Read this post for more details about managing Safari notifications.

That's it. and you are done :)

 
Ruchika Sharma
Ruchika Sharma
Ruchika Sharma, the Product Marketer at iZooto is an Art Lover & Creative Writer who likes to sketch in her free time. She dreams of travelling the world someday, all by herself. To connect with her, follow her on Twitter: @Sh_ruchika

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