google e-sign

Step 1: Connect Login with Google and/or Facebook.

HOW: – Easy – go here:

  1. RED – Gear bottom left
  2. ORANGE – Edit Profile
  3. YELLOW – Accessing SwiftCloud
  4. GREEN – Login with Google >> click OFF to toggle it to ON, then the Google button, and a popup will open asking for permission. Click OK
  5. BLUE – Login with Facebook >> Click OFF to toggle status to ON, and a popup will open. Click OK or accept.

google e-signNOTE: You can disconnect this anytime by changing ON to OFF.

DEVELOPER TIP: This may be helpful for developers especially who want to turn over an account to the client.

WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT:

  1. If you don’t connect this, then later forget and click it to log in, you’ll create a new 2nd blank account, disconnected from the first, then likely be confused or alarmed when you see a blank account with nothing in it.
    1. DEVELOPERS: When you have a client’s account set up properly, please have the end user do this, or they’re likely to use this function and become alarmed in addition to making a mess of the system that we then later have to merge accounts. Upside: It’s easy!
  2. It can also help protect your account, should you lose your password and not be able to reset the password i.e. if it’s tied to a work email you no longer have access to, or a domain expires (it happens), etc.
  3. It saves time! Once set up, you can login to SwiftCloud with a single click. Internally, we use this every day all day, and it’s handy + more secure + easier + faster.

 

2 Step SwiftCloud Authentication:

Coming Soon