With Google Sign-in feature, your users can register and log into your app with just a single tap.
To enable the Google Sign-in feature, look for Manage on the menu to the left of your dashboard. Click Login under the Manage section. Activate the “Enable Login” and “Google Sign-in” options on the screen.
Click here to get the necessary permissions on the Google Cloud Platform.
Go to Credentials > Create Credentials > OAuth Client ID.
Click Configure consent screen.
Fill in your Application name, then scroll down to the bottom of page to find the Save button and click it.
Pick Android in the screen that follows. After that:
- Fill in the Name section
- Copy the code above, and paste it to the Signing-certificate fingerprint field.
- Finally, enter your app’s package name to Package name field, and click Create.
You may find the details about package names in our article about this subject.
Once you complete these steps correctly, you will have activated the Google Sign-in feature.
If you think that you have gone through the steps here without a problem, but still having issues in activating the feature, shoot us a mail at email@example.com with a screenshot of the issue you are experiencing. We will inspect the issue and get back to you with a solution as soon as possible.