Gmail users can turn off notifications on their smartphone when

Gmail users can turn off notifications on their smartphone when using the service’s web client

Google developers are making their mail service Gmail more and more user-friendly. This time it became known that testing of a function has started that will allow you to disable Gmail notifications on your smartphone when using the web version of the service on your computer.

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Some Gmail users noticed that when interacting with the web version of the service, a pop-up message appeared on their smartphone with a suggestion to disable notifications. The service offers to suspend the sending of notifications as long as the Gmail web client is used on the computer. To use the option, just click the “Continue” button when the relevant notification pops up and confirm the action by clicking the “Allow” button. If necessary, this option can be deactivated in the settings.

Image source: 9to5 Google

Image source: 9to5 Google

It is noted that Google has not yet officially announced this feature and its description cannot be found on the support pages. Despite this, the ability to pause notifications on a smartphone is already available to a limited number of users, suggesting that Google will release it soon. Most likely, this will happen after Google has performed the necessary tests and the developers are satisfied that the option works as intended.



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