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Here is some information on how to remove notifications from your browser:
Turning Notifications Off:
If you don’t want to receive notifications at all in Chrome, you can disable them entirely. Also, you won’t be prompted to allow notifications when you visit sites that push them out.
To do this, go to the Chrome Preferences menu by clicking the “Chrome” menu and clicking “Preferences” or by clicking the dropdown menu indicated by the icon with three dots, then clicking “Settings.” Scroll to the bottom of the menu and click “Advanced.” From there, click “Content Settings.”
Click “Notifications” and click the toggle switch next to “Ask before sending (recommended).” That setting will change to “Blocked.”
If you have notifications enabled that might contain sensitive information, such as the contents of email messages or the fact that you use a particular website, you may want to temporarily disable notifications if you’re using your computer in front of a friend or coworker or if you plan to use the computer to give a presentation. You can turn notifications back on when you go back to using the computer in a more private setting.
Change Notification Settings by Site:
That same menu enables you to change your notification preferences for individual sites rather than disabling them altogether. Below the “Ask before sending” toggle, you should see a list of sites under “Block.” Those sites are not allowed to send you notifications.
Below that list, you’ll see a second list of sites labeled “Allow.” Those sites are ones where you opted in to receive notifications.
If you no longer wish to receive notifications from a site, click the menu icon next to it on the “Allow” list and click “Block.” If you want to be prompted by the site before it can send you notifications again, click “Remove.” You can click the menu icon next to a site on the Block list and click “Remove” to unblock it. Chrome may then prompt you again to allow notifications when you visit the site.
Notifications in Other Browsers:
Other browsers manage notifications separately. On Mozilla Firefox, you can find notification settings under the “Options” menu, also known as “Preferences” on a Mac, by clicking “Permissions,” then “Notification Settings.” You can disable notifications from particular sites or in general, just as in Chrome.
If you’re using Microsoft Edge, click the “three dots” menu button at the top right corner of the browser window, then click “Settings.” Scroll down and click “View advanced settings.” Scroll down to “Notifications” and click “Manage” to access the notification settings.
On Apple Safari, click the “Safari” menu and then “Preferences.” Click on the “Notifications” tab to block notifications from some or all websites.
Desktop notifications allow websites and apps to display information about their service’s activities or status. These notifications display on your computer’s desktop even when the browser is minimized. They can alert you to things like new emails, special coupon offers, or if comments are posted to your blog.
You can control how sites deliver notifications. By default, Opera asks you if you’d like a site to notify you. You can choose to allow or deny the site to display notifications, and Opera will remember your choice for future visits to that site. To manage desktop notifications:
Go to Settings.
Click Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Privacy & security.
Under Privacy and security, click Site settings.
Right click on sites that you want to remove and click “Remove”
At the top, turn on or off Ask before sending (recommended).
Click the Add button to set site-specific preferences.