Enabling Chrome Location Services
1. Open Chrome and click the three-dotted menu in the top right-hand corner followed by Settings:
2. On the Settings page, click Privacy and security from the left-hand menu followed by Site Settings:
3. Scroll down and click Location:
4. You can then toggle the Ask before accessing (recommend) option to enable location services:
To change the settings for a specific site, learn how to add and edit exceptions.
Enabling Safari Location Services (Mac)
1. Start by clicking the Apple symbol in the upper left-hand corner followed by System Preferences:
2. Then click Security & Privacy:
3. Then click the Privacy tab:
4. Click on the padlock in the bottom left-hand corner of the window. You will be asked to authenticate by entering your computer ID/password. Once entered, you will then be able to adjust your Location Services by checking the box next to Enable Location Services and ensuring location services are enabled specifically for Safari:
5. Click the lock again once done.
Enabling Microsoft Edge Location Services
1. Start by clicking the three-dotted menu located in the top right-hand corner of Microsoft Edge followed by Settings:
2. Once on the settings page, click Site permission from the left-hand menu followed by Location:
3. You can then toggle the Ask before accessing (recommended) option:
You can also allow or block specific sites from accessing your location:
- Visit a website in Microsoft Edge.
- In the corner of the address bar, select the Lock, Info, or Dangerous icon and select Site permissions.
- Next to Location, choose Ask (default), Allow, or Block from the list.