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How to Disable All Website Notifications in Google Chrome

How to Disable All Website Notifications in Google Chrome

Here’s how to turn off all website notifications in Chrome.

Let’s admit it; there are many things on the web that distract us. Things like pop-up ads, banners, overlays, etc. Often times it ruins our web browsing experience. These little things can be annoying, especially if you’re doing important work.

You can quickly get rid of all these Google Chrome annoyances by changing settings & installing a few extensions. So, in this article, we are going to share some of the best methods to remove all Chrome annoyances.

Steps to Disable All Website Notifications in Google Chrome

By following this method, you will be able to remove pop-up notifications, advertisements, web trackers, desktop notifications, overlays and cookie notifications. So, let’s have a look.

1. Remove Pop-up Notifications

If you get pop-up notifications from too many sites, then you need to disable Google Chrome Notifications. Just follow some simple steps which are given below.

Step 1. First of all, open the Chrome browser.


Step 2.Now click on the Hamburger icon and select ‘Settings


Step 3.From the right hand menu, select ‘Privacy and Security


Step 4.Now look for the ‘Site Settings‘ option.


Step 5.On Site Settings, look for the ‘Notifications‘ option.


Step 6. The notification page will list all the sites that you have allowed or blocked in the past.

Step 7. Turn off Chrome notifications, enable the option ‘Sites can ask to send notifications‘. Also, activate the ‘Use quieter message‘ option.


Note: You can also check the ‘whitelist‘ to revoke notification permissions. Just remove the site from the ‘Allowed’ list.

Once done, each site will ask you before sending notifications. The Quieter messaging option will block notification requests from bothering you.

2. Block Ads

Want to get rid of pop-up ads and banners? If so, then you need to use the Chrome AdBlocker extension. You can use an extension like AdBlock Plus or AdGuard AdBlocker to get rid of all Chrome ads.


Google Chrome also has a hidden AdBlocker which can be activated via Settings. To enable Chrome’s default AdBlocker, see our article – How to Disable & Enable Chrome’s Default Ad Blocker

3. Block Cookie Notifications in Chrome

With the European Union enforcing the GDPR in mid-2018, every site was forced to disclose the use of cookies. To clear Cookie notification, you just need to click the ‘Ok’ or ‘Agree’ button. However, if you are tired of clicking the accept button all the time, you need to use the ‘I Don’t Care about Cookies‘ extension.


I Don’t Care about cookies is a Chrome extension that claims to remove cookie notifications from nearly every website. You can use this extension to get rid of Cookie Notifications in Chrome web browser.

4. Remove Marketing Overlays

Well, Overlay marketing is more annoying than Cookie Notifications or Ads because it pops up right when you start reading the content. Sometimes, this appears after you’ve finished reading the article and will leave the page.


However, Marketing Overlay can be blocked by installing the Pop-up Blocker Chrome extension. Poper Blocker is a chrome extension that blocks annoying pop, popunder & overlays in an easy and effective way.

With this method, you can remove all Google Chrome annoyances. Plus, you’ll be able to take full control of your Chrome notifications. I hope this article helped you! Please share with your friends too.

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