OS X is a great OS and it has many useful features. It gets better with every update. I loved the new Spotlight in the new OS X Yosemite. They have provided the facility to get even the smallest things done easily. The thing that I love the most about OS X is that they have made small changes which are really useful and can enhance your productivity by a large extent. You can do many things with Spotlight. From searching for keywords to searching the dictionary and from performing calculations to finding a word inside PDFs, it can do many things. You can also set folder actions, you can encrypt and hide folders on Mac OS X and you do not have to download any third party software for it. These are the basic features supported by the OS. One such feature is “Web Notifications”. If you love a website, the Mac OS X has the ability to send all the updates from that website to you in the form of notifications. But sometimes it becomes annoying and you want to stop it.
So, today I am going to tell you how to stop web notifications on Mac OS X. To stop the notifications on your Mac Computer, do the following.
Step 1 – Go to Apple logo → System Preferences –> Notifications.
Step 2- Now on the left side, you will see a list of all the apps, services and websites that can send you notifications. Scroll down until you find the website you are willing to stop notifications from.
Step 3- Select that website and select “none” on the right side as shown in the image.
Step 4- Sit back and enjoy. You are done. This is all you have to do to stop the web notifications on Mac OS X.
So it was not that difficult but it can be quite confusing the first time you try to do it. I am still learning the new things so I thought of sharing this tutorial with you. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I will keep writing new tips and tricks. Have a nice day.
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