Change site access permissions for extensions in Microsoft Edge

Some extensions require permissions to read and change site data as you browse the web. You can change site access permissions for your extensions on the new Microsoft Edge  any time.

To change the site access permissions for an extension

  1. Go to Settings and more  > Extensions, and locate the extension you’d like to change site access permissions for.

  2. Select Details.

  3. In Site access, find the drop down menu to the right of Allow this extension to read and change all your data on websites you visit.

  4. Select the type of site access the extension can have: On all sites (extension can read and change data on all sites), On click (this turns the extension on when you click it, allowing the extension to access the current site in the tab you have open; if you close the tab, you’ll need to click the extension again to turn it on for a new tab), or On specific sites (extension can read and change data on sites you specify).

To add or remove site access for specific sites

  1. Go to Settings and more Extensions, and locate the extension you’d like to change site access permissions for.

  2. Select Details.

  3. In Site access, find the drop down menu to the right of Allow this extension to read and change all your data on websites you visit.

  4. From the drop down menu, select On specific sites.

  5. At the prompt, type or paste the URL for a site you’d like to add, then select Add.

  6. To edit or remove a site you’ve added, click More options , then select Edit or Remove.

Note: This topic is for the new Microsoft Edge . Get help for the legacy version of Microsoft Edge .

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