After a long time, Firefox has finally decided to follow the good example made available by Chrome by allowing its users receive pop-ups aka push notifications on the screen even though the website is not opened. The down-side of this feature is that if you turn it on for a lot of websites you will have hundreds of notifications on your screen. So let’s see how to turn off this feature for good.
- Open Firefox.
- Click the settings/option icon located on the top right side of the browser. You will recognize it because it is made of three horizontal lines.
- Click Preferences.
- Under the content section, tick the option “Do not disturb me” in order to turn off the notification feature.
- Alternatively, you can click on the Choose button located next to the “Choose which sites are allowed to send you notification.” In this way you can create a kind of white list where you can specify which blogs/websites can warn you of new content or special offers.
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