Dear GoodReads: Don’t friggin’ do that

Hi all,

I am a book nerd, at times. I use GoodReads. GoodReads is good!

But today GoodReads is bad. Every time I’ve logged into GoodReads today, I’m greeted with this heinous prompt:

NO. NO NO NO. NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

THIS IS A TERRIBLE IDEA.

I absolutely do not want to update my GoodReads password to match my Gmail email account. That’s an incredibly shitty idea — last I checked, my ego list of Pynchon checkmarks is NOWHERE NEAR as important as the E-mail account full of bank statements and professional contacts.

And it DOESN’T GO AWAY!

Every time I log in!

(Worse than PayPal!)

NO NO NO. PUT IT BACK. PUT IT BACK. This is a deal-breaker.

(Image-impaired: it says “Click “next” to update your Goodreads password to match your Gmail email account.”)

2 responses to “Dear GoodReads: Don’t friggin’ do that

  1. WHAT THE HECK. How do they even know? Couldn’t you just put ZZZZZZZZZZZZ in the password field (assuming that that isn’t your gmail password) and call it a day? WHAT THE HECK.

  2. Just click “skip this step” at the bottom….

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