Here’s how you can disable and stop websites from displaying permission popup for push notifications in Chrome or Safari on Mac.
When you browse certain websites using Chrome or Safari, you may receive a prompt from that website requesting for permission to send you push notifications on Mac. These push notifications are usually used to send the latest news and blog posts to your mac.
If you find these kind of notification prompts annoying, it is very easy to disable them on Mac. Fortunately, Chrome and Safari provide an option to stop websites from asking for permission to send push notifications. In this guide, we will show you how to disable push notification prompts from websites in Google Chrome and Safari.
How to Disable Push Notification Prompts from Websites
Step 1: Open Safari.
Step 2: Click on the Safari menu in the menu bar and choose Preferences.
Step 3: Deselect the option that says “Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications”.
Step 1: Open Chrome.
Step 2: Click on the More button (ellipsis icon) in the top left corner and choose Settings.
Step 3: At the bottom of the Settings page, click Show advanced settings.
Step 4: Under Privacy, click on Content settings.
Step 5: Scroll down to the Notifications section and choose Do not allow any site to show notifications.
That’s it. You will no longer receive prompts from websites requesting for permission to send you push notifications. As this feature was introduced recently, I’ve noticed that more and more websites are displaying prompts for push notifications. Luckily, it is very easy to disable it permanently in Chrome and Safari.
If at any time you’d like to view notification prompts again, you can follow the same steps as above and enable it.
If you face any issues, let us know in the comments below