How to Disable and Turn Off Safari Notification

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Desktop notifications from websites on the Safari browser it can be useful, or sometimes may an annoyance. Disable and turn off Safari notification on preference panel settings page configuration.

This tutorial demonstrates step by step basic and simple how to disable and turn off Safari notification. Safari makes it pretty easy to stop websites from sending you notifications. Here’s how to block website notifications on Safari.

Let see the example first web notification push on the browser, you can “Block” and “Allow”

Step 1: Open the Preference

Setting preferences give you control of how Safari handles web browser and to change setting configuration

  1. Click Safari Preferences from your Mac’s menu bar.
  2. Click on the Websites tab.
  3. Select Notifications from the sidebar.
  4. Uncheck the box where it says Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications.

Step 2: Remove Allowed Notification

The list of websites that you’ve allowed to send notifications before, it can still send the notifications. If you want to block notifications from those websites, here’s how you can do it.

  1. Click on the Website to select
  2. Click Remove on the buttom

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