RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
April 7, 2022
Some websites show you a “Sign in with Google” prompt to help you quickly sign in to that website. If you would like to avoid this prompt, there’s an easy way to disable it from your Google account’s Settings menu. Let’s see how this is done.
This is for devices using Google. Screenshots are from Windows 10
The “Sign in with Google” prompt is tied to your Google account and not to a particular web browser. This means that you will need to disable the prompt in your account to prevent it from appearing across all your web browsers, including both desktop and mobile browsers.
First, open your Google My Account site in a web browser on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. Then, log in to your Google account if you have not already done so.
Next, when the site loads, first, select Security in the left sidebar. Refer to the below image:
Now, on the Security page, scroll down to the Signing in to other sites section. Here, click the Signing in with Google option. See the below image:
On the next page, under the Signing in with Google section, toggle OFF the Google Account sign-in prompts. See the following image:
Now, you will see an Updated message in the lower left-hand corner of your browser telling you that your settings are saved. Refer to the below image:
Note: If you are logged in to multiple Google accounts in your web browser, repeat the above process for each account to get rid of the Sign in with Google prompt.
If you want to reverse this action, simply repeat the above steps and toggle ON the Google Account sign-in prompts.
From now on, you will not see the Sign in with Google prompt on any website.
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2 thoughts on “How to Turn Off the Prompt “Sign In With Google””
Does NOT work. That’s been toggled off for months, if not years, and it does nothing for me. Still searching for a usable solution.
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As to this blog post, the Security option may be in a scrolling toolbar at the top where you select Security,
Open Chrome to Google Search screen. At the top, tap your profile icon, then tap the Google Account button.
Scroll the top toolbar to Security and tap
Then you scroll down to Signing in with Google and tap
Scroll down to Google Account sign-in prompts and toggle to off.
Also, make sure you are running the latest version of Google Chrome.
Hope this helps