Replace password sign-in with Google?
I was excited to read that Google sign-on is now supported. https://www.youneedabudget.com/google-single-sign-on-for-ynab-no-password-required/ .
However, as an existing user, I would actually like to remove my existing password totally when I set up SSO from Google, or at least have that be an option.
The rationale is that *adding* Google SSO actually *decreases* my security by presenting another attack surface. Google's SSO is stronger than password authentication, so if I could replace my password with SSO, that would be an improvement. But having two is a step backward.
Is there a way to remove my password once I sign up for SSO? (Separately, why o why is 2FA not yet supported on a financial product with some of my most sensitive data?)
I am very confused and frustrated by this change to the YNAB login. The video that the link included in the comment by SaishDawg leads to a video that can only be viewed at an unreadable pace. Every time I try to login to YNAB the dialogue box says Chrome is not available cannot connect even though I am trying to login in a Chrome browser?! I had everything working smoothly until this @#$&! Login “upgrade”?!?! I like what that the blog announcement says about SSO and sharing the login but I can’t make it cooperate with me.
Hi Saish Dawg !
Currently, there isn't a way to remove a password that's already connected to an account. You can add a Google account so that you don't have to use that password going forward, but it will still be there (in certain instances a password is required, such as if you choose to remove your Google account, in your case you already have one). :)