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    Tired of receiving requests from the web to send notifications? So you can avoid them

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    2021 11 26 12 34 16.jpg

    It is very common to enter a website at this time and receive a request for permissions to allow notifications. The truth is that it is something very little used, considering that, it is about a website sending us an alert to any change. If you have never used this option and want to avoid requesting permissions to receive notifications, we will show you how to automatically ignore them.

    To do this, we will use the native options of Google Chrome that allow the possibility of avoiding these notices.

    Steps to avoid requesting permissions from sites to send notifications

    The ability to send notifications offered by web pages are aimed at keeping users hooked. For example, if TekCrispy asks to send you notifications, you will probably have an alert when a new article is published. Many websites offer notifications and some can be really annoying, because they also end up sending advertisements. In that sense, if you are tired of clicking No when these notices appear, we will teach you how to avoid them.

    The steps to avoid requesting permissions to send notifications in Chrome are as follows:

    • Open Chrome.
    • Click on the 3 dots icon.
    • Go to Settings.
    • Click on “Privacy and Security”.
    • Go to “Site Settings”.
    • Click on “Notifications”.
    • Check the option “Do not allow sites to send notifications”.

    By activating this option, the browser will by default reject all permission requests received from websites. This will therefore improve your experience browsing the internet, since it will take the work out of clicking “No” when entering each website.

    Additionally, it is an excellent security measure to prevent websites of dubious origin from having access to send notifications to the browser. It should be noted that, in Chrome for mobile phones, it can also be done by following the same steps. You will only have to go to the settings and enter “Site Settings” to activate the same option that we mentioned before.

    In this way, you can safely navigate from Chrome without having to waste time rejecting permission requests.