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This post is part of my Today I learned series in which I share all my web development learnings.

Suppose you're using Google Services like Gmail; you can log into other services with Google Sign-In. That's great if you're logged in all the time and don't mind Google watching every one of your moves.

If you're using Gmail and Chrome, privacy's a lost cause anyways, but let's not get into this topic.

Now, even though I use Gmail, I prefer to sign in with Email/Password combinations and let my password manager do its magic. And with this setup, I don't need yet another modal begging for attention. ๐Ÿ‘‡

Google Sign-In prompt telling to "Continue as Stefan"

Thanks to Ricky Mondello, today I learned you can disable Google's Sign-In nudges in your account settings!

Google Account sign-in prompts โ€” Allow Google to offer a faster way to sign in with your Google Account on supported third-party sites

Thank goodness โ€” fewer pop-ups are more fun!

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Frontend nerd with over ten years of experience, freelance dev, "Today I Learned" blogger, conference speaker, and Open Source maintainer.

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