Turn on push notifications for ring.com

Push notifications are alerts from Ring devices that get delivered to your computer desktop when you’re logged into your Ring account. Push notifications can be enabled on a compatible web browser and inform you about events happening on your property.

Push notifications are unique to your Ring device, and can be customized so you only get the notifications you want. See the table below for a list of event types in push notifications.

Ring Alert: Someone is at your door   
Motion Alert: There’s motion at your location   
Person Detection: There’s a person at your location   
Door Intrusion: Door impact is detected on your location   
Door Activity: Someone may be at your door

Supported Browsers

For the best experience, we recommend using the following browsers.

   Browser    Version
   Google Chrome    61.0 or later
   Safari    14.0 or later
   Microsoft Edge    17.0 or later
   Mozilla Firefox    54.0 or later
   Mozilla Firefox ESR    78 or later
   Opera    48.8 or later

At this time, we don’t support push notifications for Incognito Mode, or on mobile/tablet browsers. You can still receive notifications on your mobile device or tablet with the Ring mobile app. See this article for details.

How to turn on push notifications

  1. Log into your Ring account.
  2. If you see a push notifications banner, select Enable. On your browser pop-up, allow notifications from Ring.com. Your notifications are enabled now.
    1. If you don’t see a push notifications banner, go to Step 3.
  3. Go to Account > Control Center.
  4. Select Notifications, and then Browser Notification Preferences.
  5. Toggle the notifications button.

You are now subscribed to push notifications. If you’re not seeing your push notifications, see our troubleshooting section below.

Things to know

  • When using a public or shared computer, remember to log out of your account when finished.
  • By default, you will receive Ring and motion alerts for all devices at your locations. Your notifications will appear on your desktop as long as your Ring session is active, even after you close your Ring.com web tab.
  • You can customize notification preferences so you only get the alerts you want.

Customize push notification preferences

Once you have enabled push notifications, you can select which types of notifications you receive by device. Shared Users at the same location can customize notification preferences for their browser, without affecting another user’s notifications. Also, changing preferences for push notifications doesn’t impact your Ring mobile app push notifications.

To customize your push notifications:

  1. Log into your Ring account.
  2. Go to Account > Control Center.
  3. Select Notifications, and then Browser Notification Preferences.
  4. Locate a Ring device, then select or unselect the boxes for Ring or Motion alerts.
  5. When finished customizing your notifications, exit the page.

Your push notifications are customized now.

Browser notification preferences are unique for each type of browser. If you use Ring.com on another browser or computer, you’ll have to enable notifications for that browser and change your preferences again.

Having trouble enabling push notifications?

If you’re having trouble enabling push notifications, follow this list of troubleshooting tips.

Confirm you’re using a compatible web browser.

For the best experience, we recommend using push notifications on the following browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera. If you clear your browser’s cache, you may have to re-enable notifications. For full compatibility details, see the top of this article.

MacOS (Big Sur) browser
MacOS Big Sur automatically turns off notifications for applications, including browsers. If you aren’t getting your push notifications, you may need to change your system settings. View instructions.

Mozilla Firefox browser
If you select a push notification and your browser window is closed or minimized, the window will not automatically open. Before selecting a push notification, make sure your Firefox window is open on your screen.

Google Chrome browser
Your browser may automatically block notifications for you, based on your past behavior. If you enable push notifications on ring.com but your notifications are blocked, select Notifications blocked (see image below), then select Allow.


Brave browser
To start getting push notifications, first you must enable in your browser settings. On your Brave browser, go to brave://settings/privacy and turn on Use Google services for push messaging. If you don’t enable this setting and sign up for push notifications for ring.com, you won’t receive notifications.

Allow Ring.com to send you push notifications

To start getting push notifications, Ring.com will ask you for your permission to send notifications through your browser. If you don’t see the permission pop-up or you previously denied permission, you need to modify your browser notification preferences.

Select your browser below for instructions on changing your browser settings.

When you’re editing your settings, give ring.com permission to send you notifications.

Are you logged into your ring.com account?

Push notifications will be sent to your desktop as long as your Ring.com session is active. To continue receiving notifications, make sure you’re still logged into your Ring account.

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