Today, many websites allow you to receive notification on each new publication on your browser : a sort of “real time” feed that allows the user to be notified and to be able to view the news of the moment in a small pop-up (with the free possibility to click or ignore the warning).
When these “push” indications start to become too numerous, however, from the utility we pass to the disturbance. Google therefore allows you to manage notifications in complete freedom , deciding in an extremely widespread and transparent manner which notifications to keep and which ones to delete.
How to manage notifications on Google Chrome
To manage notifications on Google Chrome, enabling or disabling the same site by site, it is necessary to enter the browser Settings menu , click on ” Advanced ” and then click on ” Content Settings “. At this point, a final click on the ” Notifications ” item will be sufficient to access the desired page.
For those browsing with Google Chrome, it is sufficient to copy the following link and paste it on your address bar, thus directly accessing the notification management page:
The page allows you to:
- choose whether to be notified of notifications (strongly recommended option)
- which resources to block explicitly
- which resources to explicitly enable
Among the resources typically enabled include Services such as Google Drive or Gmail, ie utility tools whose notifications will always be functional to their activities. In this list there will also be Web sites to which one “subscribes” to receive alerts.
The blocked resources will include the sites that are intended to be deleted from the list of their receptions, thus excluding a reason for disturbance during their daily online activities.