Web notifications on Google Chrome for Windows 10

A long time ago we introduce web notifications feature when you receive a message from your clients.

Back then Google Chrome used some built in notifications systems, however since August 2018 they start enabling native notifications for Windows 10 users.
That means sometimes notifications are not visible, because they follow windows 10 notifications settings.

In particular, Focus Assist (previously known as Quiet Hours) means that notifications will automatically be suppressed when you’re playing a game or mirroring your screen, or at certain times of day.

. You can read more on this: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/08/chrome-now-using-native-windows-10-notifications-action-center/

For example sometimes the notifications are only visible when you click the notifications icon

If that’s OK with you there’s no need to change anything.

For those who want to switch to built in notifications that look like this:

here is what you need to do:

In Google Chrome go to this page chrome://flags/#enable-native-notifications and select Disabled on the Enable native notifications option, then click RELAUNCH NOW button.

That’s it.

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