Social Sign On for Friend Asking Friends
Social sign on is coming to Friends Asking Friends, and here’s the best part: there’s no additional cost!
Get ready! Your participants can say bye-bye to creating usernames and passwords. They’ll be able to sign up for your events using Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo. For those traditionalists, they’ll still be able to use and create usernames and passwords. Although, I’m not sure why you’d want to remember yet another username and password… and that’s the challenge Social Sign On solves.
How many times have participants called or emailed because they forget their usernames and passwords? Probably too many to count… right? Allowing participants to use their social network login when registering will make it easier for them to access their fundraising HQ. When they return to login, they’ll simply authenticate with the account they used when they registered. It’s awesome.
But there’s more. Along with social sign on, sharing options are being added, which will prompt the user to post to social networks when registering or making a donation.
Social Sign On Details:
- It will prompt returning registrants to link their social login with their existing login so fundraising history can be retained while also being able to use social login.
- Forgotten password utility will remind users which social network they authenticated with.
- Sharing option with prompt user to post to social networks when registering or making a donation.
- Registrants can also use the sharing function directly from their HQ.
- Default share messaging can be defined by the event administrator.
Social Sign On in Friends Asking Friends:
Social Sharing Tools in Friends Asking Friends: