How To Disable Desktop Notification From Specific Sites

Google Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.
  4. Under “Privacy and security,” click Content settings.
  5. Click Notifications.
  6. Choose to block or allow notifications:
  • Block all: Turn off Ask before sending.
  • Block a site: Next to “Block,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add.
  • Allow a site: Next to “Allow,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add.



Launch Safari and go to Safari > Preferences (or press Command-Comma). Click on the Notifications tab. From there you can manually disable/enable notifications from select sites, remove all notifications, or access your system-wide Notification Preferences.



  1. Click the menu button  and choose Preferences.
  2. Select the Privacy & Securitypanel and go down to the Permissionssection.
  3. Click the Settings…button next to Notifications.
  4. Select the website.
  5. Click Remove Website.


Internet Explorer

Open the browser, click on the gear icon () for settings, and select the Privacy tab. Under Pop-Up Blocker, check the box that says Turn on Pop-Up Blocker.

By default, Microsoft will show a Notification bar when a pop-up is blocked. To shut this off, click “Settings” next to Turn on Pop-Up Blocker and uncheck the Show Notification bar when a pop-up is blocked option. There, you can also specify what level of blocking you want: High (block all pop-ups); Medium (block most automatic pop-ups); or Low (allow pop-ups for secure sites).



  • Go to Opera > Preferences (Mac)/ Settings (Windows)
  • Go to the Websites tab and scroll to the Notifications section
  • Click on the Manage Exceptions….. button to see the sites whose notification permissions you’ve already Allowed or Denied
  • When you see Kona in that list, click the “X” next to Allow to remove it from the list.
  • Click “Done.”