How to stop autoplaying audio in Chrome

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    How to stop autoplaying audio in Chrome: Get the Silent Site Sound Blocker extension

    First you will need to grab the free extension from the Chrome web storeand add it to your Chrome browser.


    Once added, you'll see a yellow speaker at the top right-hand side of your browser window. If you right-click on the icon, you'll be presented with several options:
    • Whitelist site
    • Blacklist site
    • Allow this time only
    • Mode (where you can choose when audio should play)
    • Help/FAQ
    • Option (opens a new Options tab)

    Within the extension's options you will be able to toggle through settings and decide when audio should play - you can also add websites directly to your white or black list.


    The extension works flawlessly on all open tabs and windows (as long as you're logged into the account where you added the extension). It also is a great way to manage websites that cause you nuisance.

    if for any reason the extension doesn't work, type (or copy and paste) 'chrome://flags/#enable-tab-audio-muting' into your address bar

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