Recently my Telus logon process has changed. Historically I'd log into my Telus (gmail) account and it would automatically open and log into my calendar. Instead of my Calendar page I get a redirect to:
Recently the calendar has been replaced with a Google Workspace Calendar page. And they look like they're trying to sell me something I don't need/wont. This page requires a logon. It then opens up a calendar logon page!
So instead of an auto logon once I'm into me Telus email account I have 2 additional steps. Why? How can I disable the Google Workspace calendar and return to the previous auto login of my calendar once I have logged into my Telus email?
This "problem" exists on my Win and Linux accounts. On my Android phone the Google workspace Calendar opens normally,
I have found out what's happening. The only way I can get an automatic logon to my calendar is IF I allow Google to set and maintain cookies on my account. For security reasons I clear all but a few cookies when I close down my browser. One of the last cookies I want/need floating around is one planted by Google!
Obviously Google now insists that I keep them aware of my activities. This is a change from when I was originally forced to use their system by Telus.
I will continue to delete the Google cookies on shut down and, though I'm not happy about this change made by Google/Telus, I will continue with a couple of extra clicks at logon.