How to Login With Google OAuth in WordPress

Hi Folks, Hope you are doing good. Today I am going to share a very useful WordPress plugins named “Google Apps Login”. Nowadays most websites have the social login option to save the time from entering the user details one by one and also increase the user registrations.

If you are developing a website or application which have user registration and login process using WordPress platforms, then Google Apps Login plugin will help you to boost your user registration and login process. Nowadays, everyone has the Gmail email address. It is a simple secure login and user management for WordPress through your G Suite / Google Apps domain (uses secure OAuth2, and MFA if enabled).

Google Apps Login — WordPress Plugins
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How to Install Google Apps Login Plugin

The installation process of Google Apps Login plugins is very easy and simple as other plugins. If you have just started with WordPress, then Read: How to Install a WordPress plugin. Meanwhile, you can also follow below steps to install in your current WordPress website.

Step 1) Login to your admin dashboard and navigate to the Plugins => Add New.
Step 2) Search “Google Apps Login” in search text box.
Step 3) Click on the Install Now button.
Step 4) After successful installation, click on Activate button to enable plugin features.

How to Setup Google Apps Login Plugin

After activated the Google Apps Login plugin in your website, Go to ‘Google Apps Login’ under Settings in your WordPress admin area and follow the instructions on that page to obtain two codes from Google.

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After configuration, Go to the login page you will see the option to login with Google.

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Prem Tiwari

An engineer by profession and a passionate blogger by heart. Founder of FreeWebMentor.com (A Programming blog for beginners), Tech Speaker at various forums. A part from this he is an open source enthusiast, WordPress Lover, Blogger, SEO, and Growth Strategic.


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