The ChooseCornwall.ca website allows users to accept Push Notifications, which means you will be notified whenever we post a new Article in the News section.
Because this is an Opt-In service, not related to our email newsletter subscription service, if you wish to discontinue receiving push notifications you will need to make the changes on your own browser/device. The following provides help on how to turn off push Notifications for Web Browsers.
How to Turn Off Push Notifications in Google Chrome
If you use Chrome, you can prevent websites from asking for permission to send push notifications, which essentially disables them altogether. The browser also lets you block notifications for specific websites.
To access those settings, go to Settings > Privacy and security, and select the Site Settings option:
How to Turn Off Push Notifications in Safari
Disabling push notifications in Safari is rather straightforward. To do so, access the Preferences Websites > Notifications settings within your browser. Once you’re in, you’ll see a list of websites that have requested permission to send you push notifications:
You can disallow notifications from specific websites through that list and vice versa. You’ll also notice an option that reads Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications at the bottom of the Notifications window.
Turning off that option will prevent sites from requesting permission to send you notifications.
How to Turn Off Push Notifications in Microsoft Edge
As with most other browsers, Microsoft Edge provides a variety of methods for disabling, blocking, and whitelisting notifications. The browser also includes a feature called Quiet notifications, which bundles all push notifications under an icon so that they don’t interrupt you. You can review them at any time.
To access Edge’s notifications settings, go to Settings > Cookies and site permissions, and select the Notifications option:
On the next screen, disable the Ask before sending option if you want to turn off push notifications in Edge altogether.
If you’d rather block or allow certain websites, you can click on the Add buttons next to each setting: