A tool to test if browser notifications are being displayed.
If your browser supports notifications you will be prompted for permission the first time you click the "Send Notification" button.
You can change or reset the permission in most browsers by clicking the lock icon in the left of the address bar.
This setting can be found by going to Start → Settings → System → Notifications & actions → Show app notifications.
In the same place as the global notification setting above, scroll down to find a list of apps and whether they are allowed to show notifications.
Make sure the entry for your browser is set to "On", and "Show notification banners" is also on.
Just be aware that apps generally do not appear in the list until after they have tried to display a notification, so make sure you use the tester above once before trying to find it.
This setting can be found by going to System Preferences → Notifications → Do Not Disturb.
Uncheck the box with the "From" and "To" times.
Wayland is the default ad server for most Linux flavours now, but Brave Rewards notifications do not work under Wayland.
However normal notifications from sites do work, so even if you see a notification with the tester above you likely will not receive ad notifications.
Brave are in the process of implementing custom notifications for their ads which should work around this issue.
Go to Settings → Do Not Disturb.
Make sure Do Not Disturb is turned off.
Go to Settings → Notifications.
Find your browser in the list, tap on it, and make sure "Allow Notifications" is on.
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