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
Chrome starts offering native windows 10 notifications. Chrome will now provide its notifications in the native Windows Action Center using the windows notifications style. According to Peter Beverloo a Google developer working on web platform, Google Chrome, he states that the feature was rolled already to 50% of users using Chrome version 68.
The full rollout will be in a few weeks, but you can still enable the feature in the chrome settings page. To enable Windows-like notifications go to chrome://flags/ in your chrome browser and choose “enable native notifications.”
This should be good news for all new users of the latest Windows 10 versions. In the most recent Windows version, one can choose to give priority to specific apps when the Focus Assist feature is turned on.
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