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From when the transactional eCommerce begins, sign-in/up journeys have been formed. Therefore, The sign-in/sign-up step by accident becomes a big hurdle for the user to cross to enjoy the services you are offering.If Your SI/SU journey is bad this leads to large drop-offs and poor experience. Hence, today, we’ll offer a set of simple rules that should be applied for your sign-up/sign-in journeys on all your products. Following us to make your sign-in/up more convenient. Rules for Sign-In Rule 1 — In the email box, use inline validation. Many websites do not use email field validation (the standard regex one). Your system has detected that the email format is incorrect — please indicate! Rule 2 The email should be carried over into the new form if the password is reset. If your user has already provided the email and you have informed him that the combination is incorrect, she should not have to input it again in the password reset area. If at all feasible, make the changeover quick and easy by hiding the password field and changing the button to say “Reset your password” when the user clicks on that option.Smooth transition with email persisting. Rule 3 On the third attempt, offer a password reset. If a user enters the password incorrectly more than once, offer to reset the password with a single click. Don't force them to click another button. Rule 4 Send a password reset link rather than a password created by the system. A system-generated password adds a new stage to the password reset process. The process of resetting a password should be straightforward: • User chooses to reset their password; • The user receives an email containing a password reset link. • User clicks on the link; • User inputs their password twice; and • User gains access to their account. See how we hopped back into the login with the password option? What are we attempting to accomplish with the login again step? Developing muscle memory? Giving the autocomplete feature the ability to update the records? You have already proven that you are the owner of the account. You do not need to type the complete combination again! This brings us to rule 5: Rule 5 Allow password managers to capture the users' login information. if the user desires The vast majority of people are currently using one type of password manager or another. Only a few people opt to remember their email/password combination for the dozens of websites they visit. Password managers have progressed to the point where they can detect a reset password and update their vaults. Rule 6 Allow users to log in using their on-device authentication on mobile apps. It would be absurd to force users to utilize cumbersome email/password or SSO logins if you have a mobile app. Most devices have made their authentication alternatives (such as fingerprint ID or faced) available to apps so that they can use them as the authentication logic. The following is how the flow should be: Following a successful login, prompt the user to use their on-device authentication for further logins. Allow the user to opt-out of seeing the message again. If the user chooses to utilize the authorized proceed with the flow on obtaining the auth. Provide the option of device authorized as an SSO on the next login form, or pop up a popup in their face with the authentication request. Rule 7 SSO as a sign-in option I'm not sure why there aren't more sites that allow a single identity sign-on. For simple signups such as eCommerce or product trials, Facebook/Twitter/google sign up are the most convenient. There are, however, some sub-rules you should follow within these: Coverage Do not include a LinkedIn sign-up form on a transactional website. If your region has a popular SSO authority, like WeChat, make it available as an option. Prioritize Prioritize the most popular sign-up method if at all possible. Alternatively, use your preferred technique. Merge Accept it and allow the user to log in if a user signed up using email or another SSO and is attempting to SSO with another (as long as the emails match). Remind If a person signed up via SSO and is attempting to sign up again by email, identify the SSO utilized. We saw the choice to reset the password or login in rule 6; additionally, a message that reads, “You logged in using Facebook” is a fantastic approach to remind the user. Privacy It is best to specify that you will only utilize the SSO to authorize the account and collect only the required fields. Also, don't publish anything. Flow Whether a user attempts to SSO using an email address that does not exist in the system, inform this and ask the user if they want to create an account with that email address. OR If a user attempts to SSO with an existing email address, authenticate and add the SSO to the account. Inform the user of the successful sign-in. Limit Avoid having more than three SSO alternatives - any more will confuse the user. I'm not sure if I used Facebook, Google, Twitter, or something else. Native SSO SSOs for mobile apps — TO AUTHENTIFY, DO NOT OPEN AN IN-APP BROWSER WITH THE FACEBOOK/GOOGLE PAGE WITH SIGN-IN OPTION. The app is available to the majority of users; use the Facebook/Google app to authenticate. I don't want to input a username/password combination merely to avoid having to enter another email/password combination. Rule 8 For sites that include sensitive or financial information, two-factor authentication should be the norm. This is not for sites that keep credit card tokens, though it would be beneficial if you enabled it. This is for websites that store money in the form of a credit/wallet balance. Again, not all of your users have a credit card or a wallet. For those who have something to lose, enforce two-factor authentication. For example, if I have just joined up and have no credit/wallet balance, there is no need for me to undergo a two-step verification process right away. Contextualize your enforcement policy. On two-step, the best combinations are: Email + Phone Email + Email Email + Push Notification In my experience, the email + push is the quickest. It is always effective. And keep it as simple as possible. Microsoft authenticator adds a ridiculous tier of selecting a specific number from a selection of numbers. If I have access to both devices (the login and verification devices), all I have to do is touch on the approve message. Please don't make me do a sudoku puzzle! See Also:Ways to Sign Out of Zoom & Sign Back InRead More
We talk about checking in as though it's a given that everyone will do it. However, asking users to sign up for your product isn't always a simple decision. Some are concerned about the friction it will cause or whether it is required for their product. In some cases, concerns about maintaining safe logins need asking. Signing up for signups appears to be more trouble than not asking them to sign up at all. As signup and login experts, we've thought of — and met — use case after use case, and we've discovered that requiring users to log in almost always benefits both the business and the user. The power that login has to impact everything from security to enterprise concerns to customer support. As you create and grow your firm, you should carefully consider improving your product. This is not an exhaustive list of the reasons why you should need users to log in. Rather, it's an overview of why you should demand users to create accounts, why login is mutually beneficial, and the few exceptions. The basics of login The essential concepts of login remain the same whether you use a simple username and password or a complicated multi-factor setup: Login necessitates a product signup. This indicates that only a limited number of users have access to your product, but it does not have to suggest that your product is 'exclusive.' While anyone can sign up for a gaming app, only paying customers can access analytics tools. Logging in generates a user account. This shows that your product's users are distinct. For users This typically implies that individuals can access their own profile and information, edit it, and keep track of what identifiers are associated with their account (profile picture, username, etc.) For companies This means that user data can be linked to a certain profile. This profile most likely contains all of the information entered by the user and can also serve as a home for any other data that a corporation chooses to associate with that profile (type of device, for example). Accountability and security Accounts for Users Allowing a user to create an account and log in gives them security and control over their information. When a user sees the information they've provided you on their user profile, they understand how you're interacting with them. As a result, when a user receives, say, a promotional email, they know who sent it. They merely need to go into their settings and change their email address, as well as check for and unsubscribe from advertising mailings. Users may be wondering what happened to the email address they used to make an in-app purchase if this is not the case. They can also modify their privacy settings, update their personal information, and erase their projects and profiles if they choose, leaving no doubt about what is lurking in your product. Accounts help put your users in control of their data. For your business: Allowing consumers to access and control their data fosters user trust, which helps create transparency about what information a company stores (especially when nobody reads terms and conditions). Enterprise concerns For a variety of reasons, enterprise customers require login. Security. Corporate clients want to ensure that everything in their system is secure, which needs a sign up that is consistent with enterprise login standards. Connections in Business Management of roles. Enterprise customers want the flexibility to assign and manage duties when hundreds of employees require access to your product. The head of marketing may require administrative access to an analytics platform, but a salesperson does not. Employee data tracking. When everyone has their own account, it's easy to see who is making changes, who is working on what projects, and how teams collaborate. Enterprise Companies, in particular, are interested in keeping track of who is doing what so that any issues that arise, whether mistakes or triumphs, may be correctly ascribed. Accounts and login help enterprise clients trust your product and integrate it with their current tools. For your business: If you are thinking about collaborating with You will need to implement a sign-on capability for enterprise customers. To be honest, we've just scratched the surface of what commercial clients demand from their login - it can be make or break for you if you don't have a login that meets their requirements, regardless of your product. Customer experience Login may be an extremely effective tool for altering client experiences. Login can be used for more than just getting someone into a product; it can also be used to maintain data on a user and assist them get the most out of your product. Giving better assistance. Imagine if when a customer calls assistance with a problem, they could be greeted by name and not have to answer a series of questions. a broad list of inquiries regarding their product history or the gadgets they use It's just not possible if you don't have a user account to save information like your name and device type. Using your login to keep an internal profile of each customer is an amazing way to customize your service. Providing support for a multi-device world. There is no simple solution when there is no logina means for a user to use your product on numerous devices without having to start from scratch. Even if you have a simple game app, allowing customers to save their progress and retrieve it from other devices keeps them engaged with your product on a frequent basis.Read More
I get the error notice "Other User" every time I turn on my computer, whether it's after asleep or a restart. Username or password entered incorrectly". To proceed, I have to re-enter my correct username in the login box. The situation is quite inconvenient, and I would like to get it corrected as soon as possible. Do you have any suggestions for us? With the release of Windows 10 V1709, or the Fall Creators Update, an issue called "The username or password is wrong" was discovered. After waking the system from sleep or rebooting it, this problem appears on the log-in page and is also known as the "sign in twice" error. It doesn't matter how many times a user types in the proper credentials, they still get "The username or password is invalid." Username or password entered incorrectly" error and must re-enter both the username and password. If you've recently upgraded from an older version of Windows 10 to the latest release of Windows 10, you're likely to run into this issue.  Users will have to enter their credentials again each time they wish to log in to Windows, even though the issue is not critical or harmful. As a result, it should come as no surprise that many people are looking for a solution to the "The username or password is wrong" error. This message appears before the Welcome screen, letting people know that there is a problem. However, it may appear even when the user has not attempted to input a username or password. The desktop can generally be accessed by providing the user credentials a second time or by disregarding the "The username or password is wrong" error and inputting the password and username again. Arrival of the sign-in screen Microsoft's "Username or password is wrong" bug has only appeared twice in the Fall Creators Update. Although it's too annoying to ignore, neglected. Windows 10 automatically signs users in after every system restart, according to several users, in addition to the login screen appearing twice. Users1 and Users2 may appear as signed-in users on a computer that has been rebooted as User1. As Microsoft has been made aware of this flaw and has previously acknowledged it, future Cumulative Updates are expected to fix the "The username or password is invalid" error. You may be able to fix the problem yourself before it happens. "The username or password is wrong" appears at the login page, according to Windows aficionados, because the "Use my Activate the "sign-in info to automatically finish setting up my device following a software update or restart" option. Fast Startup should also be disabled, or the system should be scanned for malware if it's disabled on your PC. Fix 1. "Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting up my device" should be turned off. Enter Update & Security by pressing Windows key + I. Click Advanced Options in Windows Update. You can also fix the problem by disabling the setting Use my sign-in info (s). In the Settings window, pick Accounts from the left-hand menu. Go to Sign-in options and choose Privacy on the left pane. Use my sign in info to finish setting up my device automatically after an update or restart setting. The last step is to restart the system. Fix 2. Disable Fast Startup Computer boot time is shortened by using this option. However, this function is often the cause of other problems. This is how you can disable it: Go to Start and type in power. Enter the power and sleep settings. Additional power options can be found in the newly opened window. Next, select the appropriate choice. Change what the power buttons are capable of doing. It's possible that Fast Startup is off by default when you get to another window. Choose Change settings that are presently unavailable from the drop-down menu. Afterward, uncheck the Fast startup box. By clicking Save changes, you'll be able to apply the change. Fix 3. Check for malware Malware can potentially cause sign-in issues. Use an anti-malware tool to scan your machine if the two ways above didn't work. In this case, we recommend Reimage. With the help of this PC optimization tool, you may cure a variety of Windows issues. Furthermore, it contains an Avira Antivir scan engine, which allows it to detect and eradicate malware and viruses existing on the device. Fix 4. Enable auto-login option Users of home computers who don't need to protect their computers with passwords would love this option. The login process might be disabled entirely, in other words. Press Enter after typing netplwiz in the Windows search box. This computer requires users to input their login credentials in order to use this computer. Click Apply and OK. The next time you check in, you won't have to enter your password. This is a bug that has been fixed. FIX IT RIGHT NOW! The licenced version of Reimage is required to repair a damaged system. Right-click on Start and pick Settings. Then, go to Accounts and select Sign-in choices from the dropdown menu. Scroll down to the Privacy section on the left side of the window. Use my sign-in details to automatically finish setting up my device and reopening my apps after an update or restart should be turned off.Read More
Activision, the publisher of many popular games including "Guitar Hero", "Call of Duty", and more have recently encountered a problem in its account-based systems which has prevented some users from logging into their accounts. This issue has been occurring largely since November 2nd, 2012 when it started to become widespread. As with any large-scale issue involving millions of people, there are always going to be some unfortunate individuals who are affected by it. Fortunately for gamers everywhere, this problem does not affect everyone. In fact, only a very select few have actually fallen victim to this issue at all. Change your password of Activison Account If you do find yourself to be on of those unlucky few: fret not. Though this might be distressing, it is not the end of the world. There are some fixes for this issue which you can try in order to get back onto your favorite Activision games such as Call of Duty and Guitar Hero. The following article will give gamers 5 tips for fixing their account issues with Activison. Logging into Activison Account 1) Check your Username and Password – Make sure that the username and password you're using to log into your Activision account is spelled correctly and typed exactly how it appears in your email or on any official documentation that has been sent out by Activision. Sometimes users may accidentally type an "i" instead of an "L" or leave out a few numbers, causing them to be unable to log into their account. If your password is correct but you're still having an issue logging in, read on! 2) Change Gaming Network - If you've recently changed the email address associated with your Activision game accounts or switched over to a new console which used different login credentials than before, it's possible that this may be the cause of your problems logging in. Simply go back and change the email/password combination for your accounts so that they match up with how they originally were. 3) Logout then Login – On large-site like Facebook or Twitter where millions of users are constantly signing into their accounts, it's common for servers not to respond right away because of the high traffic. If you're having trouble logging into your Activision account, try signing out then signing back in to give the servers a chance to respond. 4) Call Activison - Sometimes problems like this can't be fixed for whatever reason and Activision has no other option than to simply call their users and guide them through fixing it manually. If you're still unable to log in after trying all of the above troubleshooting tips, we recommend contacting Activision directly by giving them a phone call at 1-800-255-3700 or sending them an email over at [email protected] as they may need more information from you before they can help solve your problem. 5) Login Problems – Unexpectedly, there are some cases where users can't log into their Activision account no matter how hard they try even after following the above steps. This "Logging into Activison" issue may be caused by an "Activision Account Error", which is a bit more serious than your run-of-the-mill username/password issues as it requires technical assistance from their customer support team to fix. If you have tried all of the solutions above and you're still having problems logging into your Activision account, call 1-800-255-3700 now or send them an email at [email protected] with a detailed description of your problem so they can help you solve it! 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