Today, push notifications are important parts in our lives. But maybe you opt-in for too many notifications, for notifications that are not useful anymore or you don’t want to be asked for permission to opt-in. If so, here is how to disable Firefox push notifications. You can also learn how to disable push notifications for Chrome and Safari.
Click on the menu icon on the right side of the toolbar and choose Preferences.
Click Privacy & Security on the left side of the page.
When you scroll down you will see the Permissions. Click Settings next to Notifications.
On the following page, you can see which websites have requested to send notifications. You can allow or block each website to send you request. Overall, there are 3 options a website can be placed.
- If you allow, website can send you push notifications.
- If you block, website neither will send you notifications nor ask permission to opt-in.
- If you click on the website and choose Remove Website, it can’t send notifications but can ask for permission in the future.
Accidently blocked? You can click on the icon next to the adress bar and click on the x to easily go back to the first place. Now the website can’t send you notifications yet but is able to ask you for permission.
You can also block new requests asking to allow notifications from the same window as Step 4.