Web Push Notifications or Browser Notification are simple information that allows you to get alert whenever an app, website or news site got new update or event to share with you. But sometimes you got multiple notifications from a different website after subscribing, which can be annoying, spammy, not very useful, etc. Then you can manage those browser notifications by simply disable it.
Here we will see how to disable a Website Push Notifications in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Microsoft Edge
How to Disable Website Push Notifications for Chrome
Click the Chrome menu (3 vertical dots) top right on the browser toolbar.
Scroll down select Advanced settings.
Under the “Privacy and Security” section, click the Site settings button.
Click on Notifications
On this page, either Blocked or Ask before sending, set according to your choice which site you want to get a notification.
You can also directly go to this link chrome://settings/content/notifications
Disable WebSite Push Notifications Service for Firefox
Click the Firefox menu three-line icon next to the address bar
Click Content from the left side pane
Under Notifications, Select Checkbox Do not disturb me
Select the site you want to remove notifications from Firefox by clicking on Choose…
Disable Safari Browser Push Notifications Service
In the menu bar, go to Safari
Click the Website tab and Select Notifications from the sidebar
Choose Checkbox Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications
Turn off WebSite Push Notifications for Microsoft Edge
Click the menu (3 dots) top right on the browser toolbar.
Go to Settings
Under Advanced Settings Click on View advanced settings
Under Website permissions Click Manage
From here you can toggle which site you want to get push notifications.
How to Remove Push Notifications on Opera
Open Opera Browser Go to Preferences
Click Websites from the Left Sidebar
Click Ask me when a site wants to show desktop notifications
You can also configure notification by Manage Exceptions… button.