“Sign in with Google” pop-ups can be very useful, but also very annoying in everyday life. If possible, know that it is possible to make them disappear.
You’ve probably noticed, if you spend time on the web, the number of websites that display a pop-up “Connect with Google” each time you open a page keeps increasing. Although this feature can be useful if you use your Google account to sign in to this site, there are certainly many sites (perhaps even most) where you do not use “Sign in with Google”, so these warnings absolutely useless. If you don’t use this feature, or very little, there are several options to make them disappear.
Your Google account has a hidden preference that allows you to control the display of these “Sign in with Google” windows. You can permanently disable these warnings by adjusting your account settings. To do this, go to the security-related settings page of your Google account. You may need to log in to access it. Then scroll down to “Sign in to other sites” and click “Sign in with Google.”
You can turn off “Requests to sign in to your Google Account” to make these popups disappear permanently. However, you may need to repeat the process for each of your Google Accounts.
Close these windows without logging in
If you don’t want to be logged into your Google account all the time, you can still make sure these windows don’t get in your way all the time. For this, we recommend using a good ad blocker like uBlock Origin on desktop or 1Blocker on iPhone.
Enabling these extensions should make these Google login popups disappear automatically everywhere. These ad blockers also have a very easy to use element blocker which makes it easy to select elements on a page and block them quickly. You can use this tool to hide Google invites if the ad blocker doesn’t do it automatically.