Clicked on Google authentication by mistake
I am using the Windows desktop app and this morning when it opened it asked for my user name and password. I clicked on Google authentication and entered my credentials incorrectly and got this error:
Error in parsing the OpenID auth request.
I am now unable to clear this warning page and get back to authenticate. What do I need to do to be able to access the Windows app again?
Asked by Howard Austin on Dec 28, 2012 - 08:05
I have kind of the same problem. I used my google account to log in, and there was an error. I didn't manage to go back, and then I clicked the Google icon, as there was nothing else to click on. That brought me to a normal compromised "google search" page, from which I am unable to get away from. I tried using the "logout" from the google upper line (where it says - gmail-calendar-news-etc), but it doesn't respond.
I tried uninnstalling the app and innstall it over again, but it didn't solve the problem - I'm still stuck on the google search page.
Please help me!
Please clarify - you did click on the Logout option from the Todoist icon in the system tray and not the one in Google itself? If so, it must redirect you back to the login page (the general Todoist login, not Google login), but it will redirect you right away, you shouldn't quit the app after you click logout.