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CONTENTS OF THIS FILE --------------------- * Introduction * Requirements * Installation * Configuration * How it works * Support requests * Maintainers INTRODUCTION ------------ Social Auth Google is a Google authentication integration for Drupal. It is based on the Social Auth and Social API projects It adds to the site: * A new url: /user/login/google. * A settings form on /admin/config/social-api/social-auth/google page. * A Google Logo in the Social Auth Login block. REQUIREMENTS ------------ This module requires the following modules: * Social Auth (https://drupal.org/project/social_auth) * Social API (https://drupal.org/project/social_api) INSTALLATION ------------ * Run composer to install the dependencies. composer require "drupal/social_auth_google:~2.0" * Install the dependencies: Social API and Social Auth. * Install as you would normally install a contributed Drupal module. See: https://drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-8 for further information. * A more comprehensive installation instruction for Drupal 8 can be found at https://www.drupal.org/node/2923804/ CONFIGURATION ------------- * Add your Google project OAuth information in Configuration » User Authentication » Google. * Place a Social Auth Google block in Structure » Block Layout. * If you already have a Social Auth Login block in the site, rebuild the cache. HOW IT WORKS ------------ User can click on the Google logo on the Social Auth Login block You can also add a button or link anywhere on the site that points to /user/login/google, so theming and customizing the button or link is very flexible. When the user opens the /user/login/google link, it automatically takes user to Google Accounts for authentication. Google then returns the user to Drupal site. If we have an existing Drupal user with the same email address provided by Google, that user is logged in. Otherwise a new Drupal user is created. SUPPORT REQUESTS ---------------- Before posting a support request, carefully read the installation instructions provided in module documentation page. Before posting a support request, check Recent log entries at admin/reports/dblog Once you have done this, you can post a support request at module issue queue: https://www.drupal.org/project/issues/social_auth_google When posting a support request, please inform if you were able to see any errors in Recent log entries. MAINTAINERS ----------- Current maintainers: * Getulio Sánchez (gvso) - https://www.drupal.org/u/gvso * Himanshu Dixit (himanshu-dixit) - https://www.drupal.org/u/himanshu-dixit