Google Chrome browser notifications can be really annoying, however, getting rid of them is easy.
Google Chrome provides the option to always receive different notifications from pages, websites or applications to always be alert.
On several occasions, this well-known option has been inconvenient because it constantly appears in the phone’s navigation, interrupting its flow or taking up RAM space.
That is why this note will indicate which is the most appropriate way to remove the alerts that constantly arrive from Google.
Notifications always work by default. They tend to be activated whenever intrusive or deceptive pages are browsed.
Steps to block or restrict notifications
- On the device open the Google Chrome app
- Three dots appear to the right of the address bar, select and enter Settings .
- Click on the Site Settings option and then
- At the top activate or deactivate the configuration option.
Important: If notifications are enabled for a site that Chrome has flagged as abusive or deceptive, Chrome may block those notifications and require the site to ask for permission to send push notifications. You can change the settings to allow them.
If, on the other hand, what you want is to restrict notifications from a specific page, there is also a way and it is the following.
Restrict notifications from a specific page
- Open the app
- Navigate to the web page where you want to change the notifications.
- To the left of the notification bar, go to the padlock and open a pop-up window
- If a menu opens: Select the setting you want to change. If a menu does not open : Permissions are back to their original settings.