Allowing Specific Web Browser Push Notifications


Total Adblock will disable annoying push notifications by default because more often than not they are just used for advertisements.

If you find that you need certain push notifications you’ll have to allow them through the Total Adblock.

To block specific notifications you do not wish to see, you will have to manually configure the permissions on your browser. See the guides below.

Google Chrome

  • Click the three dots overflow button in the top right-hand corner of a Chrome window
  • In the menu, click Settings
  • Under Privacy and Security, click Site settings
  • On this page, click Notifications
  • By default, the switch is set to Ask before sending (recommended), but it can be moved to Block if you wish to block notifications completely

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click the three dots overflow button in the top right-hand corner of a Chrome window
  • In the menu, click Settings
  • Under Privacy and Security, click Site settings
  • On this page, click Notifications
  • By default, the switch is set to Ask before sending (recommended), but it can be moved to Block if you wish to block notifications completely

Microsoft Edge

  • Click the three dots overflow button in the top right-hand corner of an Edge window
  • In the menu, click Settings
  • Click Advanced in the sidebar
  • Click the button labelled Manage Permissions
  • Any sites listed have been granted permission to send notifications, hover over them to reveal an ‘x’ to remove or click Clear all at the top