Nowadays, notifications seem to be everywhere – and your web browser is no exception. While visiting your favorite website, you might notice that it asks to show you notifications. If you accept these notifications, your browser will alert you when something new is added to the site.
While these notifications are nice for some websites, over time they can get a little annoying. Luckily, Microsoft Edge makes it easy to manage these notifications – here’s how.
How to Enable / Disable Notifications in Microsoft Edge on Desktop & Mobile
Within Microsoft Edge, click the
3 dots at the upper right corner of the browser and select
In the Settings screen, click
Cookies and site permissions in the menu at the far left. On smaller displays, you first need to click the
Hamburger menu icon in the upper left corner to reveal this menu.
Under Site permissions, click
To disable notifications from specific sites, click the
3 dots next to each site under
Allow and select
To enable notifications from a specific site, simply click the
Add button to the right of
Allow and type in the website’s domain (i.e. techswift.org).
You can also block notifications from specific sites by adding their domain to the
If you don’t want to see notification requests at all, then click the
Toggle icon next to
Quiet notification requests.
Within the Edge mobile app, tap the
3 dots at the bottom center of the screen and then tap
Scroll down and tap
Site permissions under the
Advanced section and then tap
Allowed, tap the website you wish to change.
Notifications again and then tap the
Toggle icon next to
Show notifications to disable them for this website.
Disable All Edge Notifications in Windows 10 Settings
Start button, or hit your
Windows key on your keyboard, and click the
Gear icon at the left side of the
System in the Windows Settings window.
Notifications & actions in the menu at the left.
Finally, locate Microsoft Edge under
Get notifications from these senders and click the
Toggle icon to the right of it.