Friday, October 31, 2014

No Log-in standard for Social Networks

As someone who logs in almost twice a day into his social networks, I must say that it gets frustrating that there is no standard login procedure for the most popular social networks.

Twitter:
  1. Does not let you log in using your email address, only your username.
Yahoo:
  1. Has an extremely complicated password standard, hence you will need to make a specific password for Yahoo which can't be used anywhere else.
 Facebook:
  1. Only wants email address as the login, not the user name.
 LinkedIn:
  1. Only wants email addresses instead of username.
 Why can't they allow both?

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