Enable WhatsApp Web Notifications on Chrome and Firefox

WhatsApp web allows me to remain hooked with my friends and loved ones even when I’m working on my MacBook. To ensure, I don’t miss out on any important group or individual message, I make sure to enable WhatsApp web notifications on Chrome/Firefox.

The process to activate WhatsApp web notifications is quite straightforward. Once you have set it up to use on the web, it hardly takes a couple of steps to get started. Interested? Let me walk you through the easy guide!

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 the 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.”

Turn on desktop notifications in WhatsApp Web

A dialog box will appear below the URL with a message:

https://web.whatsapp.com wants to:

Show notifications.

Two options will be there: Allow and Block.

Step #4. Click on Allow.

Click on Allow in WhatsApp Web Notification in Chrome

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.

That’s it!

Wrapping up

With more than 1000 million active users, WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app. It has added some highly impressive features recently. For instance, you can now forward a message to multiple friends at one go, add emojis, text and draw on photos/videos, and tag people in WhatsApp group chat.

Want to provide an additional layer of safeguard to your WhatsApp account? Enable two-step verification to provide more protection to your account.

Which is your favorite new feature in this messaging app? Is there any feature you would like to see in it—sooner than later? Let us know that in the comments below.

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