Do you or your clients have trouble remembering yet another username and password? Practice Better’s Google Sign In integration makes the login process even easier.
Google Sign In is a convenient way to use your existing Google account to sign into Practice Better. Once your Google account is linked to your Practice Better account, you’ll have the option to sign into Practice Better from the Practice Better website or mobile app.
Signing in with your Google credentials isn’t just a great option for you, but it can also be beneficial for your clients. With so many user names and passwords to remember daily, Google Sign In can really help improve your clients’ experience by making it even easier for them to log in and stay on track.
It’s also common for practitioners and clients alike to be working from multiple devices. Using the Google Sign In integration can give you the same peace of mind and reduce stress when logging into your Practitioner Portal.
Still have questions about using Google Sign In? Here are some helpful FAQs for you to consider:
- Is my Practice Better account information or client data shared with Google?
No. Setting up and signing into Google from Practice Better is a one-way process where we send a request to Google to verify your identity. Learn more about this process.
- Does Practice Better store my Google password?
No. The Google Sign In feature is simply used to verify your identity. Practice Better never has access to your Google password. The security of your Google Account will not be compromised by signing in to Practice Better.
- Do I need to use my Google email address as my Practice Better email/username?
No. You can continue to use your existing email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and password combination. We simply add your Google ID as another authentication option in our records. No two Practice Better users can share the same Google account sign in
Learn more about how you can use Practice Better and our Google Sign In feature to make logging in quick and easy!