You can turn on Web notifications when you have Microsoft Edge open. If you do, it will mean sites can send you push notifications.

Some people like getting Web notifications from some websites. It’s not uncommon for some of the most trafficked sites in the world to offer a push notification that you can subscribe to.

This article is also helpful for all those times you accidentally subscribed to a push notification and need to turn it off. Sites through their own free will can send you push notifications — unless you have chosen to disable them — and this guide is how you would turn them off if you accidentally allowed them or have changed your mind and decided to no longer accept them.

The following tutorial demonstrates how to turn on/off Web notifications for sites when using the Microsoft Edge browser.

How to Turn On/Off Web Notifications for Sites in Microsoft Edge

You can turn on and off the Web notifications, also called push notifications, from Edge’s Settings menu. Here is how to do that:

With Edge open, click on the three-dotted Settings and More icon.

From the Settings and More menu, click Settings.

Click Advanced. And then from the right side of the same window under Website Permissions, click Manage Permissions.

Click on the notification you want to turn on or off. And then where it says Notifications, toggle it on or off.

In conclusion, that is how to turn on/off Web notifications, aka push notifications, in Microsoft Edge.