Allowing browser notifications

When signing up with Complish 

When signing up with Complish you will see a window with instruction to set up your account. Step 3 will ask you to allow notifications for the browser you are currently using. All you need to do is click Allow and you will receive notifications to remind you to check-in.

You can change and customise your notification settings any time. 

Enable notifications for your existing Complish account

You believe that you are currently not allowing browser notifications and would like to change that? No problem. Depending of what kind of browser you are using, there are simple steps to turn notifications back on.

Google Chrome
1. In your Chrome browser at the top right, click More

and thenSettings.

2. Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings & go to Notifications.

3. Click the next to the Complish link and choose to Allow notifications.

For more detail on how turn on-off notifications on your Chrome browser click here.

MS Edge

1. Open Microsoft Edge and click the More

in the top-right corner of the window. 2. Click on Settings and choose View advanced settings. 3. Click on Manage under Notifications. 4. Click the switch below the website name to turn it on.

For more detail on how turn on-off notifications on your MS Edge browser click here.


  1. Click the Menu button
  2. Fx57Menuand select Preferences.
  3. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  4. Click on Permissions and uncheck the box next to Block pop-up windows to disable the pop-up blocker altogether.

💡 If you want to allow pop-ups only for Complish, under the Permissions section, check the box next to Block pop-up windows to enable the pop-up blocker. A click on Exceptions opens a dialog box with a list of sites that you want to allow to display pop-ups. When you put in the Complish URL click Allow, which will be then added to your exceptions.

For more detail on how turn on-off notifications on your Mozilla Firefox browser click here.


Unfortunately, Safari does not support browser notification and desktop pop-ups.