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How to stop notifications from a website

How to stop notifications from a website

Save notifications by using settings in your web browser to stop websites from bothering you

The internet can sometimes be a visually exhausting place. Ads and videos fight for your attention, while some websites will ask for permission to send you notifications in case the advantages have not been successful enough. Luckily, the browser has settings that you can use to manage this interruption, you have to change your mind later and decide you don’t want it from a certain site.

We show you how to turn off notifications from certain websites when using Chrome, Firefox, and other popular browsers.

How can I stop website notifications on Chrome?

To find the Notification settings in Chrome, open your browser and click on the three dots in the upper right corner. From the menu that appears, select Settings> Privacy and security> Site settings and scroll down until you find Notifications. Clicking this opens another menu, on top of which the Site option can request to send notifications. Turn off the switch and you don’t need to be bothered by requests.


To stop notifications from certain sites, scroll down past the ‘Block’ list to ‘Allowed’ click on the three dots to the right of the site in question and click Block, and it will move to the Block list.

How can I stop website notifications in Firefox?

Open Firefox and click the gear icon in the upper right corner to open the settings menu. In the left column select Privacy & Security then scroll the main panel down until you find the Permissions section, where all see Notifications. Next to the last, click Settings and then check the box named Block new requests that ask for permission to Save Changes. You can also view any website listed in the main box and delete it if you don’t want to receive any more notifications from them.


How can I stop website notifications on Opera?

Open Opera and click on the three lines in the upper right corner. Scroll down to the bottom of the menu and click Go to browser settings.

Find the section with the heading Privacy and security, then click Site Settings. On the next page, ALL will find Notifications. Click this and then turn off the Ask before sending (recommended) switch.


Like Chrome, there is a Block and Allow list, so you can block notifications from sites that you don’t want to hear anymore.

How can I stop website notifications in Safari?

Open Safari then click Safari in the upper left corner and select Preferences from the drop-down menu. Select the Website tab then click Notifications in the left column. Finally, remove the box that is heading. Allow websites to request permission to send notifications.


If you are thinking about changing the application that you use to access the internet, be sure to read our recommendations for the best web browser and also the best VPN service to keep you safe online.

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