How to block website notifications in chrome and Edge

block website notifications

On Chrome

Do you constantly receive notifications from websites? If so, you may want to block them. In this article, we will show you how to block website notifications in Chrome. Don’t skip a single step.

Step 1: Open the Chrome Web Store

Chrome users can block websites from sending notifications to their devices. To do this, open the Chrome Web Store and select “settings.”

Step 2: Click on settings and advanced

To disable website notifications in Chrome, follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome and click on the three lines in the top left corner.
  2. Under “Settings,” select “Advanced.”
  3. Under “Privacy,” uncheck the box next to “Enable website notifications.”

Step 3: Under the “Block” section, select the “Notifications” option

There are several ways to block website notifications in Google Chrome. The first way is to go to the “Block” section and select the “Notifications” option.

This will show you a list of all the notifications that Chrome is currently sending out.

You can then select which notifications you want to block and disable them.

You can disable all website notifications by going to the “Block” section, selecting “Notifications from all sources,” and clicking on the blue button that says “Disable all notifications.”

Step 4: Click on the “OK” button

Chrome gives users the ability to selectively receive notifications from websites. To do this, you can select which types of notifications you would like to receive from websites.

If you want to completely block all website notifications, simply uncheck “Show Notifications from This Site” under Show Notifications and then click on ok to proceed with the process.

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On Edge

block website notifications

Do you want to block website notifications in Edge? Here’s how to do it.

Step 1: Launch Edge

Click Edge and click on the Settings gear icon in the top right corner of the screen and then click on Notifications.

On the Notifications settings page, you can configure Edge to notify you only about specific websites or types of notifications (such as new emails, calendar events, or news articles).

You can also choose to receive notifications even when the browser is closed. To block all website notifications in Edge, select the “Block all websites” option.

Step 2: Select Clear Site Data

When it comes to blocking notifications from websites, there are a few options that you can choose from. The first option is to clear the site data, which will stop all notifications from coming through.

If you want to be able to receive notifications for specific sites but not others, you can choose to block them individually.

To do this, you’ll need to go into your settings and select Clear Site Data. This will stop all notifications for the selected sites and allow any new notifications to go straight through.

Step 3: Select Clear Cookies and Data

If you want to disable website notifications in your Microsoft Edge browser, you can select Clear Cookies and Data.

This will remove all the cookies and data stored by websites on your computer, including those that are used to track your browsing behavior.

Step 4: Select Clear Web Notification Settings

To disable website notifications in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:

  1. In the address bar, go to settings.
  2. On the page that appears, under “Block Website Notifications,” select the checkbox next to “Block all notifications.”
  3. Click OK.




You have now successfully blocked website notifications in Edge. Block website notifications can be a great way to save time and bandwidth. These steps make it easy for the user to block notifications fast.


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