In this post, we show you how to block website notification requests on chrome or firefox. Across all platforms, Chrome has a 64.92% share of the global browser market. Chrome is also the go-to browser on mobile with 63.8% of the market – kommandotech. Firefox on the other hand has a 3.41% market share – (Global Stat Counter), with around 154 million users worldwide.
Is it okay to allow Website notification requests?
When a user visits a website that uses the Web Notification API, a browser will prompt the user for permission to show notifications. Once granted permission, the website will be allowed to send notifications. These can update push notifications from the apps you are interacting with on your web browser or phone.
Depending on the number of websites you visit per day, allowing notifications from these websites becomes overwhelming and annoying. The only solution is to block them. We show you how to do that using chrome and firefox.
How to Block website notification requests on Google Chrome
b) Click on the three vertical dots in the top right corner of your browser.
c) Look for settings and choose notifications from the list of options.
d) Go to advanced and choose additional settings in the app option.
e) Turn off the button for notifications that says Sites can ask to send notifications.
f) You should now be seeing Notifications Blocked.
Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner of your browser > Click the Settings option > Then Click on the Privacy and security option on the side bar > Select Site Settings > Scroll down and choose the Permissions option > Then Choose the option of Don’t allow sites to send notifications.
That is how people are blocking notification requests on chrome.
How to Block website notification requests on Firefox
- Firstly, open the Firefox app. (It is available on both iOS and Android)
- Secondly, tap the three-dot menu button (either below the screen on some devices or in the upper right of the browser)
- Thirdly, tap Settings
- Fourthly, tap Site permissions.
- Then, select Notification.
- Lastly, choose Ask to allow to be prompted when notifications are available or Blocked to not see notifications at all.
Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner of your browser > Click the Settings option > Then Click on the Privacy & Security option on the sidebar > Scroll down and choose the Permissions option > Select the Notifications option > Then Click on the checkbox of Pause notifications until Firefox restarts to disable notifications on Firefox.
That is how to block website notification requests on chrome or firefox.