How notifications work
By default, Chrome alerts you whenever a website, app, or extension wants to send you notifications. You can change this setting at any time.
When you browse sites with intrusive or misleading notifications, Chrome automatically blocks notifications and recommends you continue to block these notifications.
If you’re browsing in Incognito mode, you won’t get notifications.
Allow or block notifications from all sites
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More Settings Advertisement
- Under “Privacy and security,” click Site settings.
- Click Notifications.
- Choose to block or allow notifications:
- Allow or Block all: Turn on or off Sites can ask to send notifications.
- Block a site: Next to “Block,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add.
- Allow a site: Next to “Allow,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add Advertisement
- Allow quieter notification prompts: Allow sites to ask to send notifications, then click Use quieter messaging (blocks notification prompts from interrupting you). You won’t get notifications after you ignore multiple notifications from a site, or if other users typically don’t allow notifications from a site.
- Copy Below Link & Past And Go Like a New URL Its Open Your Notifications Setting From Your Pc chrome://settings/content/notifications
You can also block any sites or apps from sending you notifications.Important: If you allowed notifications for a site that Chrome marked as abusive or misleading, Chrome may block those notifications and require the site to request your permission to send a push notification. You can change the setting to allow notifications.