Recently, WhatsApp has rolled out WhatsApp web and since then, users have gone gaga over this new facility as it provides comfort and convenient in using WhatsApp.
Before the arrival of this feature, iPhone users had to rely on a Cydia tweak to enable WhatsApp on web. WhatsApp Web Enabler is a popular Cydia tweak used on a Jailbroken iPhone.
Now that many iPhone users are using WhatsApp on web, they receive messages on their computers. But are they able to see notifications of any message?
There are many occasions when users are working on number of tabs on a single browser. In this scenario, they may not see a notification of message sent by their loved ones, friends or colleagues. Though they can afford to miss any friendly chat or message, they must not fail to notice an important message from office colleague or boss or a client.
Here is a solution of this issue; if you want to see all notifications on your web, follow a simple method and enable WhatsApp web notifications. But for this, you must be using Chrome browser on your computer or laptop.
How to Enable WhatsApp Web Notifications on Chrome
Step #1. First off, open https://web.whatsapp.com/ on your Chrome.
Step #2. Enable WhatsApp Web by following a method shown in our information.
If you are using WhatsApp on web for the first time, you can see an option of turning on desktop notifications below your profile picture. It reads: “Get Notified of New Messages” and below this “Turn on desktop notifications”.
Step #3. Just click on “Turn on desktop notifications”.
A dialog box will appear below the URL with a message:
https://web.whatsapp.com wants to:
Two options will be there: Allow and Block.
Step #4. Click on Allow.
This will enable web notifications on Chrome; so now, even if you are working on a different tab, you can see who sent you a message or chat.
You can follow the same method to enable WhatsApp web notifications on Mozilla FireFox.