1. On your computer, open Chrome. 2. At the top right, click Chrome Settings. 3. Show advanced settings. 4. Content Settings. 5. Notifications. Here you’ll get a list of all websites from which you’ve enabled notifications and you can choose to deny any particular website from sending you further notifications. 6. Click the puzzle piece next to the website you wish to edit preferences for.
Alternatively, you can also load the site in your browser and then click the padlock symbol near the domain name and you will see options for notifications there.
1. On your computer, open Firefox. 2. At the top right, click Preferences. 3. Privacy & Security. 4. Notifications. 5. Settings. You can either select a particular site to “Block” or click ‘Remove Site’ or click ‘Remove All Sites’ to disable all websites from sending you notifications. If you use Remove Site you will then be asked to subscribe to that site again the next time you visit it but you will no longer receive notifications without giving permission again.
1. On your computer, open Safari. 2. Click Preferences. 3. Click Notifications In The Scroll Box. Here you can see all the websites you’ve allowed notifications for, you can use the dropdowns to edit preferences.
1. On your mobile, open Chrome. 2. At the top right, click Chrome Settings. 3. Notifications. Here you’ll get a list of all websites from which you’ve enabled notifications and you can choose to deny any particular website from sending you further notifications.
1. On your mobile, open Firefox. 2. Navigate to the website you want to disable notifications for. 3. Click the icon next to the domain name. 4. Edit site settings. Here you can allow or disallow notifications for the site.
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