Know how you can manage web notifications in Edge for Windows 10

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If you have been using Microsoft Edge to surf the web, you must have noticed that some websites you visit ask you to let them show you notifications. You will see a prompt located at the bottom of your window, and you can click Yes or No according to your preference.

If you click Yes, then there are an abundance of sites sending requests, which can actually become irksome. And to help you better take control of your browser, we will walk you through the steps to manage web notifications in Edge for Windows 10. Take a look.

Steps to turn off web notifications from a website

Step 1: First off, open Edge from your Start menu, desktop or taskbar.

Step 2: Next, you need to click the three little dots in the upper right corner of the window.

Step 3: Click Settings, and then scroll down to View advanced settings. Just click it.

Step 4: Under Notifications, click Manage.

Step 5: Lastly, click the switch under the website name to turn it off.

Alternatively, you can also turn off notifications from a certain website via the action center.

Step 1: First, click the action center button in the lower right corner of the screen.

Step 2: Right-click the notification from a certain website.

Step 3: In the end, you simply click Turn off notifications for this site.

Steps to remove a website from your list of approved notification senders

Step 1: First, you are supposed to open Edge from your Start menu, desktop or taskbar.

Step 2: Click the three little dots in the upper right corner of the window.

Step 3: Click Settings, and then scroll down to View advanced settings. Just click it.

Step 4: Under Notifications, click Manage.

Step 5: You now need to right-click a **website* name* that has notification permission.

Step 6: Finally, click Delete.

Steps to customize Edge notifications

In case you don’t want to get notifications from Edge in your action center, you can easily turn off all notifications in the Notifications & actions.

Step 1: First, you need to click the Start button, and then the gear icon.

Step 2: Click System > Notifications & actions > Microsoft Edge.

Step 3: You are required to click the switch under Notifications to turn it off. This will completely disable notifications from Edge.

Step 4: If you don’t want to completely disable notifications from Edge, you can click your other notification options, including: Show notification banners, Keep notifications private on the lock screen, Show notifications in action center, Play a sound when a notification arrives, Number of notifications visible in action center, and Priority of notifications in action center.

You can also disable notifications completely for a certain website via the action center.

Step 1: First, click the action center button in the lower right corner of the screen.

Step 2: Next, right-click the notification from a certain website.

Step 3: In the end, you simply click Turn off notifications for this group.

Also Read: Here’s how you can use Caret Browsing in Edge for Windows 10

That’s all there is to it. Got any questions about managing web notifications in Edge for Windows 10? Sound off in the comments section below.

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