Social login allows users to sign in to your website or app without having to create a new account and remember a new password. Instead, users can sign in to your site by using an existing account on a social login provider such as Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. To see which social login providers the Identity Cloud supports (and to access step-by-step instructions for configuring those providers), check out the Identity Provider section.
In this section of the documentation
- Social Login Overview
What's social login all about? This.
- Identity Providers
As a general rule, before you can enable a social login identity provider you need to create an app and configure that provider for social login. Fortunately, we have configuration guides for all the social login providers supported by the Akamai Identity Cloud.
- Implementing Social Login
How do you get social login up and running in your organization? Reading this documentation is a good place to start.
- Customizing Social Login
Not convinced that social login works exactly the way you'd like it to? Then change it.
- Social Login Analytics
Just how many people are logging on by using Social login? And which social login identity providers are they logging on with.
- Social Sharing