As early as the first half of the year, the Google Chrome development team has been improving the notification function. The original notification function directly sends a notification content in the pop-up window at the bottom right corner of the desktop.
This type of notification popup does not mean that there are too many shortcomings, just that there is no history function, so if the user misses it, it will not appear again.
Instead, Windows 10’s native notification center can automatically archive application notifications, allowing users to file and manually clean up unwanted notifications.
We're now rolling out support for native notifications in Chrome 68 using the Windows 10 Action Center—super exciting! Would love to hear your feedback! pic.twitter.com/UIDzaroR9D
— Peter Beverloo (@beverloo) August 8, 2018
That is, the message will appear in the notification center for the user to query whether or not the click is made. At least the function is considered to be a relatively useful function for many users.
The native notification center better Google browser development team will naturally not give up the improvement, so in the earlier beta version of Google has been functional testing.
How to use the native notification function:
First of all, users need to upgrade to Google Chrome version 68.0.3440.106 at least. The official version of the channel is only supported by this version to support the native notification center.
Then if there is a website pop-up prompting whether to allow notifications, click Allow, and then if there is a new notification, it will be automatically placed in the notification center. This feature is turned on by default, so the user does not need to go to the experimental feature settings.