Windows 10 notification system contains the icons for easy access to the system functions. Google Chrome has recently rolled out a new notification experience update where it supports the native Windows 10 notifications. The new notification experience prompts all the Chrome notifications into the Windows Action Center.
Users who have the latest Chrome web browser can use the native notification in order to receive the chrome notification in the Windows Action Center. Google Chrome displays the Action center and toast notification for all the websites and web apps which are configured to push notifications. Chrome will display all the notifications in the lower right corner. This feature offers more stability in a way that notifications also appear in the Windows 10 Action Center, which then permits a user to manage them as desired. Example, a user can apply Focus Assistant like rules to silent notifications thereby avoid unwanted distractions when watching a movie or performing other tasks.
However, the new feature is not enabled for all the users and is currently available for only 50 percent of users who have Chrome 68. The remaining Chrome users are expected to receive the native notifications in the near future. The users who have already received the chrome native notification update can enable the notification manually visiting the Chrome flags page. Once enabled, the Window Action center will show pop up notifications of all the websites and web apps that are configured to push notifications.
In this article, we explain how to enable or disable Google Chrome native notifications on Windows 10.
Enable Chrome native notifications
Open Chrome Browser. Next, to open the Chrome flag page, type the following path in the Chrome address bar and hit Enter:
The Enable native notifications setting will be visible. To enable the native notifications, select Enabled option from the drop-down menu. Once enabled, the Window Action center will show pop notifications of all the websites and web apps that are configured to push notifications.
To disable the native notification, select the Disabled option from the drop-down menu for the flag Enable native notifications.
Click on Relaunch Now button.
Customize Chrome native notifications
Users can also customize the notification experience and manage the Chrome native notifications in the system Notification settings. Follow the below steps to customize the Chrome native notifications.
Go to Settings and navigate to System. Click on Notifications & actions .
Click on the app Google Chrome and toggle the switch On or Off to show notifications in action center, control the number of notification visible in the action center, control sound, set priority of notification in the action center and many more.
Once completed, Close the window. That’s all.
See this post if you want to know how to turn off Google Chrome desktop push notifications.