Chrome enforcement

Chrome will block all notifications and all notification requests if your Abusive Notifications Report status is “Failing.”

Here’s the timeline for Chrome enforcement:

Review status (learn more) When Chrome enforcement begins
Passing (no enforcement)
Failing If your site is in “Failing” status, we’ll send an email to registered site owners and users at least 30 calendar days prior to the start of enforcement, and you’ll have the opportunity to submit your site for an abusive notifications review.

The Abusive Notifications Report is based on a sample of the URLs for a site. If violations are listed in the Report, then it’s possible that there are more violations on your site than those listed. To avoid Chrome enforcement, fix the violations listed in the Abusive Notifications Report, along with any other violations, and then submit your site for another review.

When your Chrome enforcement status changes, it may take up to 8 hours before that change is fully reflected in the behavior of your site in the Chrome browser. For example, if your enforcement changes from “On” to “Off,” browser notification and notification requests will be allowed almost immediately for most of the visitors to your site, but it may take up to 8 hours before the site behavior changes for the remainder of visitors.

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