Finally, Google Chrome Browser now supports Windows 10’s notifications

Google is updating Chrome for Windows this week to support the native notification center inside Windows 10. Google has been testing the new support for months, and it means Chrome notifications will now go directly to the Windows 10 Action Center (notification center) by default. This means that the events from Google Chrome will be shown on the Action Center on Windows 10. Google is currently rolling out the update to Chrome 68 users.

Chrome’s notifications will now follow the same rules as Windows 10’s Focus Assist feature which is designed to mute notifications when you’re running a game or in a do-not-disturb mode. If you don’t see the new notification support in Chrome just yet, you can always manually enable it in chrome://flags by turning “native notifications” to the enabled state.

Finally, Google Chrome Browser now supports Windows 10’s notifications Finally, Google Chrome Browser now supports Windows 10’s notifications

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