Google Chrome notifications to begin appearing in Windows 10's Action Center

Starting today, notifications generated from the Google Chrome internet browser will begin appearing within Windows 10's Action Center instead of their own separate popup according to a tweet by Google's Peter Beverloo, originally spotted by Thurrott.

This new functionality will be available to users of the latest version of Google Chrome, Version 68, and it's being slowly rolled out with around 50% of public users now having this ability enabled. According to Beverloo's other tweets, the rollout should be complete over the course of the next few days or so.

Having Google Chrome notifications in Windows 10's Action Center as native notifications means that users will have greater control over them. Windows 10 users will be able to enable or disable them with the Focus Assist settings in addition to being able to deactivate them during certain time windows.

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