Notifications are at times can be annoying for users as marketing teams of websites have a habit of sending the number of notifications to their subscribers. Isn’t it irritating to receive that pop-up while you are focused on something?
Websites you have subscribed notifications for send alerts whenever they upload new content or refresh the existing one. Therefore, users frequently receive alerts in their Notification Center.
Well, if you have earlier subscribed for notifications in your Safari browser for your favorite sites, you can always revoke your preference in Mac OS X El Capitan or OS X Yosemite.
By following a few simple steps to disable notifications from websites.
How to Stop Receiving Notifications from Websites on Mac
Step #1. Click on the Apple’s logo () seen on the top menu bar.
Step #2. Click on System Preferences.
Step #3. Now click on Notifications.
A panel with a list of several websites will open on the left side of the screen.
Step #4. Now click on the name of website you want to stop notification of.
Step #5. Disable everything and uncheck boxes from the right side panel.
It’s done. The website which has been sending notifications till now will be removed from Notification Center. If in future, you want to receive notifications again, follow the same steps as mentioned above.
If irritating pop-up was your concern, you can disable items you don’t like such as banner notifications. After this, notifications will be stored in the Center, but they will not bother you by popping up; you can check them at your time.
Share your feedback once you stop receiving notifications from websites in OS X El Capitan or OS X Yosemite.
That’s all, folks!