Notification Request Popup in Chrome for Android
Khamosh Pathak

Website notifications can range from useful to downright spammy. If you have oversubscribed, don’t worry, you can easily stop website notifications for individual websites in Chrome for Android. Alternatively, you can block the notification pop-up in Google Chrome altogether.

When you visit a news website, you’ll often see a pop-up asking you to subscribe to their latest posts.

Website Notification Popup in Android

If you agree to this, you’ll get periodic notifications from the website via the Chrome app.

Fortunately, you can disable the notifications for a website and the notification subscription pop-ups from the Settings menu. You can do this on the Chrome desktop app as well.

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To get started, open the Chrome app on your Android smartphone or tablet and tap the three-dot icon in the top-right corner.

Tap Menu from Chrome

Choose the “Settings” option.

Tap Settings from Chrome Menu

Scroll down and open the “Notifications” section.

Tap Notifications from Chrome Settings

Now, tap the checkmark next to the website for which you want to disable notifications. Repeat this process for all the websites you want to unsubscribe from.

Uncheck Websites to Disable Notifications

If you want to disable the website notifications feature altogether, toggle off the “Show Notifications” option from the “Sites” section.

Tap to Disable All Website Notifications in Chrome

That’s it. You won’t find website notifications crowding up your notifications anymore!


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Khamosh Pathak Khamosh Pathak
Khamosh Pathak is a freelance technology writer who specializes in tutorials. His work has also been published on iPhoneHacks, Zapier's blog, MakeUseOf, and Guiding Tech. Khamosh has seven years of experience writing how-tos, features and technology guides on the internet.
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