If you keep getting alerts from websites you don’t care about, this is how you can turn off Chrome notifications from websites that bother you with alerts.
If you’re using Chrome as your browser, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked to allow a website to send you notifications. Most of the time this leads to unnecessary notifications for new articles and sometimes you can even get spam with this method.
Here’s how to turn off all notifications in Chrome so you can use your computer without interruption.
How to Turn Off Chrome Notifications
Google makes it very easy to subscribe to website notifications, but not easy to turn them off. Here’s where Chrome notification settings are stored and what you need to do to turn them off.
- in the upper-right corner of a Chrome Window.
- Click .
- and .
On this screen, you can turn off Chrome notifications completely and also turn Chrome notifications on or off on a particular website.
- all Chrome Notifications.
- to return them to Ask.
If you set the control to blocked, you won’t get any Chrome notifications. This is the best way to tame annoying Chrome notifications. This can block any notifications you want from Google Docs or Spotify if you’re using your browser.
You can also turn off individual Chrome notifications on this page. This is the best way to stop annoying Chrome notifications from a particular website.
- on the Notifications page.
- Click the three dots to the right of the website you want to block.
- Select Block.
When you do this, you will stop receiving notifications from that particular website. Repeat this for any other websites you want to block.
When you’re done changing Chrome notification settings, you can close the Settings tab.