Can Glide branding be removed from Google Sign in page?

Anyway to remove all Glide branding on the private app plan ?

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The pro version has this removed as well as allows you to host it wherever you see fit. But no not unless you go pro.

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Not an answer, but a good read.

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There is no way to do that, even in Pro-App you will see that in sign-in process (Sign-in with Google), I just tested in my Pro-App.

I thought the Private plan had everything the Pro plan had plus ?

I do not have it on any of my Pro Apps…ok, I see. I tried it on another computer and I got the same prompt. My bad, I removed these prompts from my chrome browser with a script a while back…but you would have to do it to any device the person was using.

Hi Guys,
I’m in pro and still seeing the branding on Gmail login any idea?

Regards

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https://docs.glideapps.com/all/reference/security-and-per-user-data/controlling-who-can-access-your-app#sign-in-with-google

Glide could, potentially, remove it by naming the Oauth title thing to ‘My App’ or something generic like that and not include the logo.

I know this was spoken of, but this is not against Google’s rules.
Even Wix (a no-code website creator) does this!

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Hi, just wanted to bump this as I’d also like to request that Glide branding be taken out from the Google signin if at all possible. I’m on the Pro plan and potentially signing up for two more (to have multiple apps with public with email) but this could be a deal killer for me.

As I analyze my customer journey and the steps they’ll be taking to just try out our platform, this just adds another “huh?” moment. Additionally, the Sign in with Google button doesn’t light up until you click on the “I agree to the Terms and Conditions” checkbox which is fine but as it’s located two inches above the google button, it’s a little confusing. My co-founder has a dozen images on the splash screen so it took me 5 min to figure out what was the problem and why I couldn’t login with Google. Add the Glide branding to it and this might just be enough to make a potential new user say “nahh nevermind” and pass on trying out our app

EDIT: Just remembered I can disable the Google sign-in which I’ll probably have to do which is a shame as this is a convenient feature. This is a dream wish but would be cool to also have Apple login as well. Thanks for reading

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