Accidentally blocked a website from sending you push notifications in Safari? Don't panic, we will show you how to unblock it.
It's Extremely Easy to Unblock a Website from Sending You Push Notifications in macOS Safari
Safari in macOS has a wonderful feature where you can set websites to send you push notifications whenever new content is published. The feature first kicks into action whenever you visit a site that supports push notifications in the first place. You are first asked to either allow or deny receiving notifications. If you have accidentally denied notifications, but you didn't mean to in the first place, in today's guide we will show you how to reverse your decision.
1. Open Safari in macOS.
2. In the menu bar, click on Safari and then click on Preferences.
3. A new window will come into view with a bunch of options at the top. Click on the option labelled Notifications.
4. Over here you will see all the websites which can (or cannot) send you push notifications. Simply select Allow or Deny, depending on whether you want to receive notifications or not. Once done, simply come the Preferences window.
And that's how you take complete control of the notifications which are sent by a website.
Notifications in Safari are extremely handy to have if you love following a particular website and don't want to miss a single beat. And interestingly, the notifications are very unobtrusive, and once clicked on them, you'll be taken straight to the content without much fuss. It's the simple things that matter the most.
While Safari might not win awards in the speed department when compared to the likes of Chrome, but it ties in nicely with Apple's overall ecosystem. But at the end of the day, it's totally up to the user which browser they want to utilize in order to get around the Web.
While you are out and about practicing how the notification feature works, why not add us up in your notifications list as well? Besides, you do not want to miss the latest and greatest in gaming, hardware and mobile, do you? Obviously you don't.