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Gmail To Allow You Pause Email Notification on Mobile While Using The Web Client

Pause Incoming email Notification on Gmail Mobile app from the web

Philip Aladino

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Gmail looks to Allow users Pause Incoming Notification on Mobile from the web | image illustration by Philip Dino (Smarttechvillas)

Key Notes

  • Gmail’s web client for desktop devices is presently being updated by Google.
  • This new feature looks to allow users to pause the notification of emails on the mobile app whilst using the web client.
  • If you’re using Gmail on your laptop, you may be able to turn off alerts on your smartphone.

Gmail’s web client for desktop devices is presently being updated by Google. This new feature looks to allow users to pause the notification of emails on the mobile app whilst using the web client. If you’re using Gmail on your laptop, you may be able to turn off alerts on your smartphone.

An option to halt mobile alerts while the desktop client is in use was discovered by 9to5google in a new feature in Gmail. Although this functionality hasn’t been officially published by Google, when officially rolled out, the pop-up message will read as follows:

“While using this device, turn off all mobile notifications.”

Allow your browser to tell whether you’re online or offline so that you don’t get Gmail alerts when you’re using this device. When asked by your browser, click Continue and then Allow.

After granting permission to “know when you’re actively using this device,” the function became activated after clicking “continue.” Gmail’s settings menu does not allow you to manually activate or deactivate this function.

Though the permission may be revoked in Chrome’s settings, it is possible to do so using the following settings: Settings > Security and Privacy > Site Settings > Additional Permissions For this functionality, Gmail makes use of the “Your device usage” permission.

Because there are no settings and no public mention of this functionality, it is ideal to assume it is only available in a restricted testing capacity inside Google.

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