How to disable annoying “Push” notifications from websites in Safari and Chrome

Both applications, Safari and Chrome offer the following functional option: if you are visiting relatively

A popular news website such as MeduzaYou will be prompted to enable a “push” notification for this site. If you agree, you will receive notifications of new publications on this site. Wow! But getting notifications from popular websites about news that cares little for you is no longer great in itself. Is it possible to say “Cancel” and continue to carry out the current, more relevant work for you. These notifications are sometimes so annoying.

And it seems that every major news site is abusing this feature. And of course, there is a solution to get out of this situation. Tucked very deep in Settings. But there is a solution.

How to disable “Push” notification in Safari app

Step 1: In a running Safari app in macOSgo to the menu “Safari”And select the menu“Settings".

Step 2: Select the bookmark "Notifications".

Step 3: At the very bottom, uncheck the option “Allow websites to request permission to submit push-notifications".

Thus, websites will stop asking for permission to send push messages.

Step four: If you already have a subscription to some sites whose notification you need to disable, then click on the "Delete everything".

How to disable the “Push” notification in the Chrome app

Step 1: In the Chrome application, select the button as three vertical dots and select "Settings".

Step 2: In the page that opens, you need to go down and select the menu Scroll to the bottom and select “Show advanced settings".

Step 3: In chapter "Privacy " select "Content Settings".

Step 4: In the window that appears, you will see the options Notifications. The option "Request if the site wants to show notifications" is enabled by default. To turn off push notifications from any site, select the “Prohibition of notification from any site ».

Step 5: You might want to turn off notifications from sites that you are already subscribed to. For this, in the section "Content Settings"select "Managing Exceptions." Find the site you are interested in and remove it from the list.