How to block website notifications in Chrome and Edge

This tutorial will show you step by step how to block website notifications in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge on a computer and Android phone or tablet.

The steps on this page work for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge on Windows, macOS, Linux, and all Android phones and tablets, such as Samsung, Lenovo, Motorola, OnePlus, ASUS, Nokia, Google, Sony, LG, and all other Android phones and tablets.

How to stop website notifications in Google Chrome on a PC

The steps below work for the Google Chrome web browser on Windows 10, macOS, and Linux.

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Click on the menu button in the top right corner of your web browser. The menu button consists of three vertically aligned dots (⋮).

Google Chrome menu button

3. Click on Settings.

Open Google Chrome settings

4. Scroll down to Privacy and security or click on Privacy and security in the left menu.

5. Click on Site Settings.

Google Chrome Site Settings

6. Click on Notifications.

Google Chrome Notifications settings

7. Click on the switch button to switch it off.

Block website notifications in Google Chrome on PC

Google Chrome will now block notifications from all websites.

How to stop website notifications in Google Chrome on Android

The steps below work for the Google Chrome web browser on all Android phones and tablets, such as Samsung, Lenovo, Motorola, OnePlus, ASUS, Nokia, Google, Sony, LG, and all other Android smartphones and tablets.

1. Open Google Chrome.

2. Tap on the three-dot icon located in the upper right corner.

Menu button in Google Chrome for Android

3. Tap on Settings.

Open settings in Google Chrome for Android

4. Scroll down and tap on Notifications.

Open notifications settings in Google Chrome for Android

5. In the “Sites” section, next to Show notifications, you tap on the switch button to turn it off.

Block website notifications in Google Chrome on Android

Google Chrome will now block notifications from all websites.

How to stop website notifications in Microsoft Edge on a PC

1. Open Microsoft Edge.

2. Click on the menu button in the top right corner of your web browser. The menu button consists of three horizontally aligned dots (⋯).

Microsoft Edge menu button

3. Click on Settings.

Open Microsoft Edge settings

4. Click on Cookies and site permissions in the left side menu.

5. Click on Notifications.

Microsoft Edge notifications settings

6. Click on the switch button to switch it off.

Block website notifications in Microsoft Edge on a PC

Microsoft Edge will now block notifications from all websites.

How to stop website notifications in Microsoft Edge on Android

The steps below work for the Microsoft Edge web browser on all Android phones and tablets, such as Samsung, Lenovo, Motorola, OnePlus, ASUS, Nokia, Google, Sony, LG, and all other Android smartphones and tablets.

1. Open Microsoft Edge.

2. Tap on the menu button at the bottom.

Menu button in Microsoft Edge on Android

3. Tap on Settings.

Open settings in Microsoft Edge on Android

4. Scroll down and tap on Site permissions.

Open site permissions in Microsoft Edge for Android

5. Tap on Notifications.

Open notifications settings in Microsoft Edge for Android

6. Tap on the switch button to turn it off.

Block website notifications in Microsoft Edge on Android

Microsoft Edge will now block notifications from all websites.



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References:

Google.com - PC

Google.com - Android