Website notifications appear when a website or app sends a notification. It is normally used by brands to reengage even if you are not browsing that site. Sometimes we might have allowed notifications unintentionally.

Chrome allows stopping notifications for the specific website which you don't require. This short guide will explain how to turn off unwanted website notifications on Google Chrome.

Turn Off Notifications for a Website

Step 1: Launch the Google Chrome browser and click on the Menu icon (three dots icon) at the right-top corner of the browser. Select Settings from the drop-down menu.

Google Chrome browser homepage showing the menu options

Step 2: Select Privacy and security from the listed options on the left of the page, then click Site Settings.

Google Chrome settings page showing the Privacy and Security options
Privacy and Security

Step 3: Navigate to Permissions and select Notifications to open the notification section.

Google Chrome settings page showing permission options.
Notification settings

Step 4: Under the Customized behaviors category, click the three dots icon on the websites you need to remove.

The Block option will blacklist the specific website from ever sending notification to your PC or requesting to send a notification to PC. Meanwhile, the Remove option will disable the particular website from sending to your PC in future without asking for your permission.

Google Chrome Notification settings page showing customized behaviors of website notification
Website Block

To disallow all sites from sending notifications to your PC - check the Don’t allow sites to send notifications option under the Default Behavior category.


In this guide, we learned how to turn off website notifications for a website in google chrome. If you have any questions, suggestions, feedback please write them in the comment box below.