April 13, 2024

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Google's sign-in and sign-up pages have a new look

Google's sign-in and sign-up pages have a new look

after Teasing it Over the past couple of weeks, Google has been rolling out an app New login page With a slightly cleaner design. The changes are small and don't affect functionality, but it's something users encounter a lot, and Google has been using the previous version since they changed their logo, as far as I can see.

The update brings the login (and signup) page more in line with the company's Material Design ethic that it introduced back in 2014. To that end, it's now aligned to the left (instead of center) and features an orientation that automatically adjusts to screen size — so it's Wider on computer screens and narrower on smartphones. The company said that it appears on all types of devices, but may not appear on older browsers.

The previous biggest change Google made to its login page was to put password entry on a second page Back in 2015. It said at the time that this update was made “in preparation for future authentication solutions that complement passwords,” and to reduce confusion among people with multiple Google accounts.

Google emphasized that the change will be permanent, just like the switch to Gmail's integrated offering. The rollout will be fairly gradual, starting on February 21 and scheduled to be completed by March 4, 2024.

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