If you’re finding yourself getting distracted by your phone at work then check out the Chrome Desktop Notifications extension. Sync your Android device’s notifications
with your Chrome web browser with this Chrome extension and Android app. So whenever you receive a notification for a missed
called etc on your Android device, it’ll be forwarded to Chrome, which will display the push notification in a pop-up window on your desktop, allowing you to screen calls and messages from there. This will also be useful when your device is on silent but you want to monitor its activity. Check out our steps to learn how to install and run the Desktop Notification service. There is currently no such extension for iOS devices, but several other Chrome-toiOS extensions are available.
Forward phone notifications
1: Desktop Notifications
In the Chrome Web Store, search for Desktop Notifications; add it to Chrome. Search Google Play for the same, installing it onto your device.
2: The Android app
Open the Android app. Tap Open Accessibility Settings. Under ‘1. Services’, ensure Desktop Notifications is on. Go back to the app.
3: Syncing the device
Under ‘3. Connect’ note the code. On your desktop, open Chrome. Click the Desktop Notifications widget and input the code. Click Apply.
4: Test Notification
On the Android app, under ‘4. Test’ tap Create Test Notification. The notification should appear on your desktop, as will future notifications.