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Facebook Sign-In is a secure (OAuth 2.0) login method that aims to reduce friction and "login fatigue" for your users. Instead of signing in to your website with an email address and password, your customers can login using their Facebook account.  ZZZZ  



This article will guide you through the implementation of Facebook Sign-In for your site. 

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  1. In the CMS, navigate to Settings → Feature Management

  2. Configure the Third Party Login feature. 


  3. Toggle the Registration Page and Allow Linking options on/off as required for your website. (If your site is also using Google Sign-in, these options will already be configured. Leave them as they are.)

    The 2 options are explained in the table below.

    OptionDescriptionExample
    Use Registration Page

    Displays additional registration fields to the user after they've signed in with Facebook. You can use this to request more info from your customer before they click Login.


    (This screen is only shown on the user's first login.)

     

    Allow Linking To Existing Users

    Allows a user to login with Facebook, then link that login to an existing account on your site (if they have one).


    This retains all of the user's order history, favourites, etc, with the benefit of a quick Facebook sign-in.


    (This screen is only shown on the user's first login.)




  4. Enter your Facebook App ID and Secret into the appropriate fields. 

  5. Enable Facebook Sign-In with the toggle, then click Save



  6. Fire up your website and test it out! You should be able to login seamlessly using your Facebook account. (thumbs up)(thumbs up)



3. Optional Customisations

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