With the macOS Sonoma 14 release, we can add Widgets to the Notification Center as well as the Desktop.
Simply Control-Click (Right Click using your Macbook Trackpad or Mouse) and select option "Delete Widget".
This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.
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