I suggest you remove the first page of Login on onedrive.com,
It doesn't really make sense to ask users to type their Microsoft address then direct them to a normal login page not different than the other online services. Even though the first page is really nice looking, it's a unnecessary step... If you want to keep it add the option to type also the password there and go directly to OneDrive after that
i want to cancel the autofill login password, anyone know how?
As an Apple user this Microsoft login is almost a deal breaker. I may return the Passport Wireless to Best Buy. It is obviously bias to Microsoft.
Jeffrey Sams commented
I agree with this too. I think Microsoft currently does this because it consolidates the OneDrive consumer and business logins, but their implementation is really annoying. BUT Google Drive has implemented a new login page which is much more user-friendly... you click Sign in, then it asks you for your email, you click Next, and it prompts you for your password (no page refresh or redirect) and then voila you're in. This shouldn't be a 2 page process unless your account shows as a Business user.
Yeah, I'm with you. It annoys the heck out of me.
Due to LastPass, I like the auto-logins with the add-on, but this having to type the e-mail is an annoyance.
One way to get around is to login into an affiliate service like Outlook, which connects you to all the services.
Ivan Horvat commented
Login is currently two-page process, it really doesn't make sense.