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How many times you land on a website and a video with sound starts playing automatically? This is actually very annoying and thankfully, Google is addressing this in a future update to Chrome. After the latest change, you’ll be able to block sound on any domain using the page info bubble.

According to Google’s François Beaufort, the team is still experimenting with this feature. The sound toggle is added in the page info popup, which can be accessed by clicking on the far left of the address bar. The popup already has various toggles like Flash, JavaScript and notifications’ the new sound toggle will also work the same way.

Once you disable the sound on a certain website, that will stay that way until you turn it back on. The toggle could be useful on the pages you visit regularly that load up videos. The feature can be checked in the latest Canary build of Chrome on desktop.

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