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How to unblock notification permissions on any browser 

This article is about the user side of push notifications and blocked notifications. If you want to learn how to set up push notifications read this guide
Beamer push notifications are optimized for Chrome (web and mobile), Firefox, Edge and Opera.
. If you have a blocked browser, here is how to unblock your browser.

About blocked notification permissions.

If you have enabled push notifications for your users but they can’t see your subscription prompt, they have either blocked the prompt in the past or have a default browsing setting blocking all prompts. In any of those cases, to subscribe to push notifications you’ll need to unblock your notification permissions first. In this article we’ll explain you how.

How to unblock the blocked notification permissions on your browser?

How to unblock notification permissions in Chrome?

  1. Click on the small lock icon (lock) in the address bar.
    Browser settings example
  2. If theres a dropdown next to Notifications option, select Allow.
  3. If there’s no dropdown as described in step 2, select the Site Settings option. Go to Notifications and select Allow on the corresponding dropdown.
    how to unblock browser
  4. You’re ready to start getting push notifications with Chrome!

How to unblock permissions in Firefox?

  1. Go to Firefox > Preferences on your browser’s menu bar.
    unblock browser, unblock notifications
  2. In the Privacy & Security tab, go to Permissions > Notifications. Click on Settings.
    Firefox notifications
  3. Look for in the list and pick Allow in the dropdown.
    Firefox allow
  4. You’re ready! Well done!

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