With Focus, it's easy. You don't have to mess with hard stuff on your computer. You can stop websites from showing up in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox in a few steps.
First, click the Focus icon at the top of your screen, then click on the gear icon that shows up, then click Preferences.
Next, click on Websites in the menu that appears. Your Focus should look like this:
Focus lets you pick which websites to block with ease.
To add a website, click the plus + button at the bottom, type in the website, and press enter.
Click the minus - button to unblock a website. This action removes the selected website from the blocked list.
Want to change a website you've already blocked? Double-click it, type the new one, and press enter.
Sometimes you need to block a website right away.
You can drag the website's link to the Focus icon at the top of your screen.
This trick also works when you have Focus set so you can't change settings.
You can also tell Focus which websites are okay to visit:
By Allow these websites, you tell Focus to stop all websites except for the ones in the list.
Now you know the basics, but there's more! Learn how to block certain apps on your Mac.
If you need an extra push to avoid distractions, activate a setting that makes it hard to turn off Focus.
Focus helps you keep away from websites so you can get more done. It's way better and easier to use than what's built into your Mac. To learn even more, check out the full Focus guide.