Notifications are referred to as the alerts that are there to inform you about something. While you are working with the Google Chrome browser, different sites can send you notifications during browsing. However, at times, these notifications get extremely annoying and disturbing and you might feel the need of turning them off.
Here at LinuxAPT, we shall look into the process of turning off the notifications on Google Chrome on a Linux Mint 20 system.
To turn off the notifications on Google Chrome on Debian, you need to follow the below steps.
1. Access the Three-Dot Menu of Google Chrome
To begin, you need to access the three-dot menu of Google Chrome by clicking on its icon.
2. Navigate to the Settings of Google Chrome
Then, you need to navigate to the settings of Google Chrome by selecting the Settings option from the three-dot menu.
3. Expand the Settings Navigation Drawer of Google Chrome
From the Google Chrome's Settings window, you need to expand its navigation drawer by clicking on its icon.
4. Choose the Security and Privacy Settings from the Navigation Drawer
Then, you need to choose the Security and Privacy settings from this navigation drawer.
5. Access the Site Settings of Google Chrome
From the Security and Privacy settings of Google Chrome, you need to click on the Site Settings tab.
6. Navigate to the Notification Settings of Google Chrome
Within the Site Settings of Google Chrome, you need to scroll down to the Permissions section and then click on the Notifications label.
7. Choose to turn off the Notifications on Google Chrome
Finally, you need to choose the option saying, "Don't allow sites to send notifications" for turning off the notifications on Google Chrome on a Debian 10 system.
This article covers how to turn off the notifications of Google Chrome instantly.
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