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Signing In with Facebook, Google or LinkedIn

You can sign up or log in to Hiveage with your Facebook, Google or LinkedIn account.

Sign Up with Social Media Accounts

You can easily sign up for a new Hiveage account using your Facebook, Google or LinkedIn account. When you click the relevant social media button in the Sign Up page, Hiveage will connect with that social media network and request for only the minimum amount of information required (your firstname, lastname and the email address).

Once signed in, you will be prompted to add your business information, as well as a Password. This password and the email address associated with the social media account you selected will let you sign in to Hiveage directly, if required. We have made adding a password mandatory so that your Hiveage account will not be affected by what happens to your social media account.

Connecting an Existing Hiveage Account with a Social Media Account

To connect an existing Hiveage account with your Facebook, Google or LinkedIn account, you need to have the same email address associated with both.

To log in with Facebook, Google or LinkedIn, you can simply click the relevant button on the Log In page. Hiveage will connect with that social media network and request for only the minimum amount of information required (your firstname, lastname and the email address).

Hiveage will detect that there is already a Hiveage account associated with the email address used in your social media network account. To connect the two accounts, enter your Hiveage password and confirm.

Changing Your Email Address

Your Hiveage account is linked with your Facebook, Google or LinkedIn account with the common email address used in both. Please note that if you change the email address used in your Hiveage account, this link will break and you will no longer be able to sign in to Hiveage using the social media login.

However, you will still be able to log in to Hiveage using your email address and password.

Updated on July 19, 2017

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