In this article, we're going to walk through the steps to reset permissions on Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
After you set up Web Push Notifications, visitors to your website will see an opt-in prompt modal from AWeber asking if they would like to receive the notifications. You can customize this prompt through your Web Push Notifications settings, but after users opt-in, they will also see the browser's native prompt. If they click to block notifications on this prompt more than once, they will have to reset their browser permissions to allow for notifications again.
- In order to update the permissions for a specific site, first, click the padlock icon to the left of the website URL.
- Then, click "Site Settings."
- You'll automatically be brought to the "Privacy & Security" settings. Locate the "Notifications" section and select "Allow" from the drop-down menu.
- Click the 'more settings' icon in the top-right of your browser. Then, click "Preferences."
- Click "Privacy & Security" from the menu options on the left-hand side of your Firefox settings.
- Scroll down to the "Permissions" section and click the "Settings" button to the right of the "Notifications" field.
- Click the drop-down to the right of the website for which you want to enable notifications. Then, click "Allow."
- Lastly, click "Save Changes."
- If you're using a Mac device, open Safari and click the "Safari" option from the Apple menu. Then, click "Preferences" from the drop-down.
- Next, click the "Websites" tab from the "General" pop-up.
- Click the "Notifications" tab from the options on the right-hand side of the pop-up.
- Click the drop-down menu next to the website for which you want to enable notifications and click "Allow."