You Can Turn Off Google Login Pop-Ups on All Websites
You may have noticed that more and more websites display the “Sign in with Google” popup every time you open a page. While this can be helpful if you use your Google account to sign in to this site, you probably have many sites (if not most) for which you don’t use “Sign in with Google”, making these warnings useless . If you don’t want to use Google Sign In on all sites, there are some easy ways to block these pop-ups online.
How to prevent Google from showing login popups
There is a hidden setting in your Google account that determines whether you see these “Sign in with Google” popups or not. You can disable these alerts permanently by viewing your Google Account settings. Go to the security settings page in your Google account. You may need to sign in if you haven’t already. Then scroll down to the ” Sign in to other sites ” section and click on ” Sign in with Google “.
You can turn off Google account login prompts to get rid of this annoyance for good. Whenever you log into this Google account, you will no longer see those annoying Google login pop-ups. (You may need to repeat this process once for each Google account.)
Hide Google login popups without logging in
If you don’t want to stay logged into your Google account all the time, you can still make sure these pop-ups don’t bother you. To do this, we recommend using a good ad blocker such as uBlock Origin on your computer or 1Blocker on your iPhone.
Enabling these extensions should automatically hide Google sign-in prompts everywhere. These ad blockers also come with an easy-to-use element blocker that allows you to select any element on the page and quickly block it. You can use this tool to hide Google sign-in requests unless your ad blocker disables them automatically.