The rate of playing online games has increased with internet users’ increase in internet users’ increase over the past few years. But this rapid increase has caused a lot of network traffic to make the gaming apps run slow. The extra load on the internet connection has made it either slow or unstable. This issue has only grown bigger in this Pandemic. One such game is LOL or League of Legends. This popular game is facing loads of login issues. Though it can be easily fixed, the occurrence of these during playing games has become very annoying to the gamers. Now, the main problem is that more than half of the app users are not technically smart and unable to solve the fix the issues by themselves. In this article, we have talked about a few LOL login issues and their solutions to help the gamers fix them within seconds without anyone else’s help. What LOL is League of Legends or LOL is an online 3D team-based game that can be played with a team of 5 players. It is a battle game with 140 characters available. The players choose one character each and fight with other teams and destroy each other’s bases to win the game. Different weapons and advantages get unveiled or won with the points collected, levels crossed, and battles won. Some common login issues A few login issues keep occurring in the game irrespective of what level you are in. The followings are some of them- Redirected logins One of the most occurred problems is the redirection of user logins. The users are getting g redirected to different sites from which they are getting redirected to a different one if pressed on the back instead of returning to the site. Credential errors A lot of username or password or other details errors have been getting seen during login to the LOL server. Time out The occurrence of page time out or expiration has increased a lot with slow and unstable internet connections. Over traffic This is a situation of multiple people trying to have access to the game resulting in an entire server breakdown or failure for a short time. Unsupported region A lot of time, a different region is put in the login panel instead of the one used during signing up for the game. This can create login errors. Permission errors If the app has not been granted with all the permissions it needs to run smoothly, it may have some login errors. Solutions to the issues The issues can be solved easily within minutes if diagnosed and understood properly. Some solutions are provided below- Check the information page Check the information and basic details you are putting in to see whether they are correct or not. Check the page’s validity. See if the page has run out of time and got expired. If yes, reload or refresh the page. If it’s due to slow net connectivity, wait for a few minutes and reload it after some time. Check the region Make sure that the region you are typing down during the login is the same as the one used during registering in the game. Reinstall or update the app If the issues keep occurring even after checking and doing the above-mentioned options, there may be some app problems. You may update it or uninstall and reinstall it to see whether the problem is gone. You may also format your app and create a whole new account. Disable the security Check if the app is not working properly due to security enable in your device. If yes, give the app the required and necessary permissions to run without any errors. Disable the Killer Network If the login page is showing you offline even when you have a perfectly fine net connection and are online, you must check if the Killer Network Adapter is enabled. This problem usually occurs in Windows. It is a default setup. Click on the start button, type “Killer”, and go to the app. Go to the control centre or settings in the app and disable the mode by unchecking it. Save the changes and leave the app once done. Reset privacy options If the issue keeps occurring, go to the menu or Windows taskbar and change your UAC settings to “never notify”. Run it as administrator If you use Windows, you may choose to run the app as an administrator. Go to the LOL app and click on “Properties”. Choose “Run as administrator” from the compatibility tab. Update Windows If you are still having problems with the login, you may want to check if the problem is with your computer or Windows. Update the Window or restart your PC to check if the problem is gone. Disable Safari If you are a Mac user, the Safari app can be blocking the LOL app. Go to the app, click on the “Preferences”, and go to the Privacy settings. Enable the always option under the cookies and data tab to permit the app. Disable cookies If your page is getting redirected to other sites, disable the cookies in the LOL app window. Conclusion Do not panic if you are constantly facing login issues. Remember, a calm head and composed mind can solve any problems. Read the above article carefully and know what should be done immediately. If the problem is still not getting solved, only then contact an expert and take advices.Read More
Roblox is one of the most played, famous, and the most growing game around the world, developed and released on 1 September 2006. It is not just a single game to play. As mentioned in the Roblox guide, the game offers a ton load of different, changing by the time and evolving experience to the players, which will entertain them in many different ways. Because the game is played online with many different players worldwide, you need to understand how you can set up the game. First of all, you should set up a user account in Roblox. Here is how you can do so. Setting up User Account in Roblox Follow the basic rules mentioned below to create an account. 1. Give your date of birth, a username that you would want the other players to see, and a password that you will remember all the time so that you can log in to your account after login out also. 2.Add an email address in the Roblox account which you regularly use, or you are an active user of that email address 3.Confirm the email address provided by you. 4.You can also turn on the 2nd step verification to secure your account even more. 5.Also, turn on the Account Pin option; this will ensure no changes can be made without your very own permission. 6.Also, turn on the Account Restrictions; this will limit the number of games and also limit the use of your data. 7. Confirm your account verification by a verification email sent to your current email, provided by you to the Roblox account. 8. Add credit (online currency) to spend in the game and enjoy. You can also install your Roblox to your PC or Mac- Here are the steps which you can follow to install your Roblox games on your PC or Mac through software. 1. Install the Roblox software on your system. 2. Select (click) on the game which you would like to play. 3.Click (select) the play icon on the game. 4.Click on the install Roblox option and run the installer when asked. 5.Select the I Agree with option when asked (note: read everything before selecting the I agree with opinion). 6.Now you can enjoy the game you wanted to play. You can also install the Roblox games on your Xbox; here is how - Here are the steps by following which you can play your Roblox games on your Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox 360, and also on your Xbox Series X. All you need to do is just follow the steps on how to download and configure the game and use your account. 1. Log in to your Xbox with your Xbox account from which you want to play games of Roblox. 2.On the Xbox console store, open the Microsoft Store. 3.On the Microsoft store, search for Roblox. 4.Download the Roblox and install it on your Xbox. 5.You will receive an email to confirm that you are installing the Roblox software on your Xbox. 6.After installing, click on the sign in to Roblox 7.Enter the username and password that you earlier provided to the Roblox while signing in. 8.Link your Xbox Account to the Roblox account. 9.Now, you can play the game you want, but before that, you must play five games curated by Roblox, and then only you can play any other game from the list of Roblox. You can also link your Xbox Account to your Roblox account; here is how you can do it- If you want to play with other online players in the Roblox games, you must first connect your Xbox account to the Roblox account by following the steps below. 1. Open Roblox and X; this will open the Account Settings on your Xbox. 2.Here, you might need to give access to some of the multilayer features. 3.Log in with your parent account of the Roblox 4.Navigate through the settings and select the Manage Family Account. 5.Enter the details of the user from which account you want to play. 6.Select the view details and customize them according to your details. 7.Select the set Can Join Multilayer Community for Everyone. 8.Save the option in the settings 9.Log back as your main user. 10.Open the Email provided by you while logging in and confirm it by selecting the link and confirm that you are the only one trying to log in to the Xbox from your Roblox account. 11.Once you follow and complete all the above settings, you might see a green circle on the Account Settings on the page of Roblox. By following the above steps, you can easily access and connect your Roblox account to your Xbox and enjoy every game you wish to. Read more:How to Creat a Discord Account?Read More
Microsoft released new Power Apps portals in late 2019, joining the Power Apps family of Canvas apps and model-driven apps. The work of adding the Power Apps portal to the suite was long overdue. While Canvas and model-driven apps make it much easier to develop apps than InfoPath, they can't be used to build public apps for anonymous users. This void has now been filled by the Power Apps portal. What exactly is Power Platform? In other words, Power Platform is a collection of no-code/low-code tools. Power Apps, which are made up of Power Apps portals, canvas apps, and model-driven apps, are among the tools available on the platform. Apps for Microsoft Power Platform Power Platform has tools: Power BI is a program that allows you to create business intelligence dashboards and reports. Power Apps - To create applications that collect custom information. Canvas apps are used to create apps from a blank canvas. Model-driven apps are used to build apps that are based on your data model and business process. Portals are used to create websites that are accessible to external and/or authenticated users. Power Automate - for creating information processing workflows. Power Virtual Agents are used to build chatbots. What are we learning today? We will learn the following in this blog post: When should the Power Apps portal be used? Architecture for the Power Apps portal. How to create a Power Apps portal for the first time. When to use Power Apps Portals The Power Apps portal has two primary applications: You want to create a public-facing website that anonymous and/or authenticated users can access. You may want to combine other Microsoft technologies, such as embedding Power BI dashboards and/or reporting into your website, to create a unified experience. When a user fills out a form on your website, the workflow is triggered. To store documents, use Azure Blob Storage and/or SharePoint. To keep track of how your solution is being used, use Application Insights. Architecture of Power Apps Portals The Power Apps portal is not a new concept at all. It's been around for a while, but it was formerly known as "Dynamics 365 Portals" and was only available as an add-on for Dynamics 365 model-driven apps. Appearance of the solution is governed by the Bootstrap 3.3.x framework as well as the Liquid template language. Common Data Service is the foundation of the Power Apps Portal (CDS). All data on your portal, such as pages, page templates, forms and form data, will be stored in the CDS database. Important: There can be only one portal in each Power Apps environment. If you need to create a second portal, you will need to create another environment. Before we start building the portal we will need two things: An environment for Power Apps Power Apps environment with CDS database In the Power Apps portal, create your first portal. In this tutorial, I will combine my interests in the personal health and power platform. On top of the Power Apps portal, we will create a gym signup form. When you submit the form, the information will be saved in our CDS database. This is how the final product will appear.: Signup Form in Power Apps Portal To get there, we'll take the following steps: Create a CDS database in the new Power Apps environment. As a CDS entity, create a gym signup form. Build a portal for Power Apps. Add the form to the portal. Create a CDS database in the new Power Apps environment. You must have at least one Power Apps environment when you can log in to https://make.powerapps.com. If you haven't already, you can use your existing environment to create a new portal. However, if you need to create a new environment, follow these steps: To get started, visit https://make.powerapps.com. Go to the top right corner of the page and click on the gear. Then choose Administration Center. Getting a new Power Apps environment up and running In the left navigation bar, select Environments. In the top navigation bar, select + New. Create a new setting. A new environment form will appear on the screen. Fill in the blanks: Choose a name for your environment. Type: Experiment Choose your location. Fill in the blanks with the objective of your environment. Is it necessary to create a database for this environment? Next should be selected. A form will appear for adding a database. Fill in the blanks: Choose your preferred language. Select the currency of your choice. Apps for Dynamics 365 must be enabled: No (this option should be grayed out because we selected "Trial" for the trial period). environment type) No-click deployment of sample apps and data Your environment should be ready in no time. Create a CDS entity for gym signup form. The next step is to create our gym signup form while the Power Apps environment is ready. To begin, we will create a new CDS entity called Gym Membership. After that, we'll add our Lastly, we will add fields to the entity and create the form. The entity can be compared to a database table.Read More
There are many aspects that affect the popularity and success of your software, but the most crucial are the user experience and usability. Your app's success on the market depends on the quality of its UX. No one can use an app properly without pulling their hair out in frustration, no matter how many fantastic features it has. The quality of your app's onboarding, and especially your signup/login options, should be the starting point. For a mobile app's conversion rates, the sign-up screen is crucial, and its design is difficult. Login processes need to be efficient and quick in order to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of the user's information. Keep up with all these criteria on a simple screen is difficult, but those that succeed in doing so have higher conversion rates and retention rates as a result of their efforts. You can imagine how frustrating it would be to fill in registration fields in mobile apps. It's even worse in web-based applications. With regards to the design of logins, there isn't a one size fits all approach, but every designer should keep a few basic ideas in mind when designing. Get Started for Free Check out this comprehensive list of recommended practices for designing your app's registration page. 1. Signup forms should be kept to a minimum Let's go back to the basics and review. The amount of registration/sign-up fields should be taken into account. Minimize your exposure as much as possible. Since the user can get to the actual functionalities faster, the lower it is. Don't forget that the signup page isn't the end of your app, it's the entrance to the actual features. Seize the opportunity to make it as efficient as possible. In order to retain users, it's important to get them over to the other side as quickly as you can. 2. User input in signup forms should be limited Unless you want your users to abandon your site, keep the inputs you require them to fill out to a minimum. Only ask for the information you need. Don't forget to keep your users logged in to make things easier for them. Use emails instead of usernames and passwords, fingerprints, and mobile number if verification is required. Aside from that, there are no further requirements for signing up. In the future, if you require more personal information, ask them to fill up a profile for you. When you think about it, the email vs username debate is a no-brainer. Who remembers all those unique usernames you're supposed to come up with for your social media profiles? As for my excellent username suggestion, odds are you'll tell me that it has already been claimed by someone else. As a result, spare yourselves the trouble and send an email instead. If you're going to ask about it, it's already a mandatory item. 3. Reducing the user's workload You shouldn't make your customer go out looking for alternatives. Ensure it is clear and noticeable in any orientation; the call to action should be easily discernible. Make it easy for your users to find exactly what they're looking for by using straightforward layouts. The forgotten password is a big cause in causing this to go wrong every time. Make your users' lives as easy as possible. 4. The right time to ask for login/signup Especially if it's a first-time visitor, a rapid onboarding will help dispel their fears and increase your chances of converting them. It wouldn't hurt to provide a login/signup option on the first screen of a well-known application. What your software offers and how it benefits the client should be clearly stated on the signup page. It's important to have the login/signup in the right places. Your user can sign up at the conclusion of their session if they want to, but don't force them. After all, we're here to serve the user. In the case of an e-commerce app or a banking app, you should use an app until you need user information, such as an e-commerce app. User, application, and data security requirements all play a role. Only ask your user to log in if it's absolutely required. If you're using an e-commerce app, it's when the consumer pays for the things - after they've explored the product range and added items to their carts. Logging in isn't always required. In these situations, having a guest check-out is helpful. This is not the case with banking apps because these apps must authenticate a user's identity before disclosing financial information. 5. Security is important, but don't forget about usability. Consider the captcha feature, which is used by many to sift out spam. Let's take a realistic look at this. There are hundreds of apps in the App Store and Play Store for everyone. People who use your software and get stuck at the captcha step. If they enjoy your onboarding, they may try it once, twice, or even three times, but if it's still difficult to log in or sign up, they'll go on to your competition. The risk of losing a user can be simply avoided if you are eager to improve your user experience. Passwords are no exception to this UX. You shouldn't require a user to input a password twice in order to validate it. In mobile phones, entering passwords is a nuisance, and forcing me to do it again would drive me insane. Since passwords are enforced by most programs, it's crucial to make the process as seamless as feasible. Unfortunately, when users can't see their typing, mistakes occur. Deliberately provide them the option to see the password before entering it, allowing them to double-check that what they are typing in is the correct password. 6. Ask for emails instead of usernames to save the hassle. A signup form requires us to create a number of different passwords and usernames, which can be cumbersome to keep track of all of them at once. Signing up with my email is easier for me as a user because I will remember it, but not if it will be exposed to every other user on that site. Security and privacy issues are raised as a result. The retention rates will go higher if you protect my email and don't make it public to everyone.Read More
The design of your login page is an important aspect of your website's user experience journey. Good design aids in attracting new visitors to your website and converting them into leads. It also makes it simple for returning visitors to check in to your website. It should be seamless, appealing, and simple to use. We wish to assist. Let's go over the top tips and best practices for designing a solid login page, as well as some amazing examples to get you started. How to create a great login page design When it comes to logo page design, we've listed both what you should and shouldn't do. Not all of the suggestions and examples will be applicable to your website. The trick is to figure out what works best for you. Tip 1. Make it obvious You don't want your user to have to look for the login area. The more time they spend looking, the more frustrated they will become. The less likely they are to log in, the more frustrated they are. Gmail's login page is a wonderful example. The login page for Gmail. Everything is in the foreground. You already know where to log in and what to type into the forms, and if you don't have a Gmail account, you can quickly establish one by choosing "Create an account." Make your login area as visible as possible to make it as simple as possible for your users to log in. Tip 2. Use social login Users are increasingly using social login to access their online accounts. In fact, 88 per cent of users claim they've utilised social logins (Source), and 86 per cent of users say having to create new accounts on websites has irritated them (Source). And it's not without reason. It's time-consuming and confusing to create multiple accounts for different websites. It's challenging to keep track of a variety of passwords and usernames. By allowing individuals to create an account using information from one of their social media profiles, social login bypasses all of that. Here's an excellent Medium example. Users can log in to the blogging platform using Twitter, Facebook, or Google. The login page for Medium. Some, like DM's Guild, a tabletop RPG business, only offer one social platform: The login page for the DM's Guild. There are also social media sites that allow you to check-in using your Facebook account: The Pinterest login page For your user, social login delivers a simple and straightforward login page design. Do you want to receive more articles like this in your inbox? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Tip 3. KISS (Keep it simple, stupid) For your users, your login page should be easy and straightforward. Take a look at Instagram's login page, for example: Instagram's login page has been revamped. There are two input boxes and the option to log in using Facebook. It's straightforward, effective, and gives its users a terrific experience. So, when designing your login page, keep in mind that KISS stands for "keep it simple, stupid." Tip 4. Distinguish between sign up and sign in If a person comes to your website to register or log in, you want them to know exactly where they need to go. Make your login field different from your registration field to assist them. Facebook is a perfect example. The login page for Facebook. Take note of how the signup field is prominently displayed. New users can register directly on the page while returning users can log in using the fields at the top. Notice how the "log in" portion is separated from the rest of the website by a dark blue border? Different colours, styles, and copies are simple methods to differentiate the login and registration forms. It doesn't have to be difficult. Here's an example of a small modification that makes a big difference, courtesy of Dribbble. The login page for Dribbble. Borders, once again, create a subtle but useful distinction. Tip 5. Skip the username Save your users the trouble of creating and remembering a username for your website. Instead, ask them to register with their email or phone number. Is it true that your user wants to come up with a username? Is it just another step in the process of registering and logging onto your website for them? LinkedIn allows users to log in using either their phone number or their email address. The login page for LinkedIn. This is also advantageous because visitors may forget which email address they used to access your website. Give them the option of logging in using their phone number, and they'll be able to do so quickly. Tip 6. Show them the password Allowing your users to see their password as they type ensures that they will be able to log in to your website on the first try, rather than making a series of typo-filled tries. Users may see their password as they write it in on WordPress. Users can see the password by clicking on the eye icon in the password box. Login page for WordPress. The design of Sony's Playstation Network login page is similar. Login to the PlayStation Network on Sony's website. You can also include a "Show Password" checkbox, which achieves the same result. FourthBottle is the source of this information. Tip 7. Remember your users Is there anything more aggravating than returning to a website where you have logged in only to be asked to log in again? Make sure your user is already logged in or that specific area are prepopulated for easy login when they return to your website. This is something Google excels at. Whenever customers need to sign back into YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, or any other Google brand, their information is remembered allowing for an easy login process.Read More
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