Over the years, we have seen numerous ways for web publishers to get people to read their content. Search engines are still by far and away the biggest of them all, but there have also been social media and other content-sharing websites such as Reddit that help publishers get traffic, too.
The newest craze for getting traffic to your site is push notifications. You might notice when you browse some websites that they ask if they can send you notifications or not. If you allow these notifications, then every time they publish something, a small notification will pop up in the corner of your computer’s display as a link that you can click to view that webpage.
After dabbling with this to test it out, we can tell you that it is a very effective way to get views. But I am also sure that many people were signing up for the notifications without realizing what they were accepting, so we decided to turn it off. Another reason for feeling so much guilt is knowing that people who have accidentally accepted the notifications might not be able to work out how to turn them off, so they are continually seeing notifications arriving from websites without understanding how to turn them off.
If you do not have any interest in accepting these notifications and would prefer never to see any more of them, you can do it directly from the Google Chrome web browser. Google Chrome allows you to disable them all at once, so you will not be seeing any more sites offering such notifications when you visit them.
Here is what you need to remove all the push notification requests you get for all sites when using an up-to-date version of the Google Chrome web browser.
How to Disable Notification Requests for All Sites in Chrome
You can turn on or off the notification requests that would control whether a site can send you notifications from the Privacy and Security section of Chrome’s Settings. Here is how to find it:
1. With Chrome open, click on the three-dotted Settings and More icon in the top right corner and click Settings from the menu.
2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
3. Under the Privacy and Security heading, click Content Settings.
4. Click on Notifications. And then toggle on or off Ask before sending (recommended).
In conclusion, that is how to turn on/off Notification Requests for all sites in Chrome