Turn on or off desktop notifications on all browsers

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By default, Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari alert you whenever a website, app, or extension wants to send you notifications. You can change this setting at any time.

We also alert you when you first log-in, and if you choose not to activate them, then you can turn on/off notifications from your Notification Preferences “⚙️.”

  • When your desktop notifications are blocked in your browser for Gain, you'll see this yellow banner: 

  • If you're turning on desktop notifications for the first time, you'll see this blue banner:Important: If you’re browsing in Incognito mode, you won’t receive notifications.

Allow or block notifications in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome, then log in to Gain.
  2. At the top left, click the “🔒” icon. 
  3. Choose to block or allow notifications: 

4. Then, click Allow Desktop Notifications in Gain.

For more details, visit Chrome’s tutorial here.

Allow or block notifications in Firefox

  1. Open Firefox on your computer. 
  2. Log in to Gain and go to your Notification Preferences. 

3. Click Allow Notifications on your browser.

4. Then, click Allow Desktop Notifications in Gain. 

Turn off notifications in Firefox

To turn them off, simply click the “🔒” icon and then the “X.”  

Allow or block notifications in Safari

  1. Open Safari on your computer. 
  2. Log in to Gain and go to your Notification Preferences.
  3. Then, click Allow Desktop Notifications in Gain. 
  4. Confirm by clicking Allow.

Turn off notifications in Safari

  1. To turn notifications off, go to Safari at the top left. Click Preferences

2. Select Websites > Notifications: 

For details on how to turn off or on web notifications in Microsoft Edge, click here

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