Social Login

  What's Social Login?

At checkout, your customers can sign-in using their Google Account, Facebook or Twitter account.

Google: Your Google Account lets you access all Google services like Blogger, YouTube, and Google Groups.
A Google Account is created from an email account, usually Gmail, but it can be another email service.

Facebook: Facebook is a social network that links you to your friends, workmates, classmates, or other people who have something to share with you. Facebook lets you keep in touch with your friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, publish links and videos and get aquainted with the people you meet.

Twitter:Twitter is a real time information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions, or news you find interesting. Just find the accounts you think are the most interesting and follow the conversations.

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 How does it Work?

  • Google Sign-in
    By clicking on the "Google” icon, the customer is sent to the Google login page to sign in.
      They'll then be directed to a page requesting authorisation for the site to access their account.

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    After authorising access, the system takes them back to to your site's checkout where they can complete their personal details and finish placing their order.   The customer account is automatically added to your user database (Marketing\Users menu).
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  • Facebook Sign-in
    The same principle applies for Facebook. The customer clicks on the "Facebook" icon and the system sends them to the Facebook login page.
      The application will request the customer's authorisation to access their account information. Once authorisation is granted, the customer is redirected back to your site's checkout.
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  • Twitter Sign-in

    The Twitter icon sends the customer to the Twitter login page where they can sign in to their account.

      Once signed-in to Twitter, the customer is redirected to your online store. With Twitter, the customer will have to enter his email address as well as password.
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    After login the customer is redirected to your checkout where he can complete his user information. They will be identified as Twitter users in your stores user database.


  • Paypal Express Checkout

    This option lets the customer purchase their order through their PayPal account. They confirm their order by entering their PayPal access codes.
      When a customer uses this system, they don't go through the steps of creating a user account on the site.

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    Once logged in to PayPal, they are redirected to the shipping methode page to confirm the order. The Actinic system retrieves the PayPal account details.

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