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Enabling Login with Google

Users whose ManageBac accounts are associated with Gmail can Login with Google if this functionality is enabled by the school's ManageBac administrator.

Step 1: Create a New Project on Google

As an Administrator, navigate to

Step 2. Create a new project

Click Create Project, enter a name for your project and click Create

Step 3: via Credentials

Via Credentials, select the OAuth consent screen tab on top, and enter the product name in the Product Name Shown to Users field. Then click Save.

Step 4. via Credentials

a. Click the Create Credentials dropdown

b. Select "OAuth client ID"

c. Select the Web Application radio option.

d. Add an appropriate application name.

e. Add the following URL to the Authorized redirect URIs field using your school's ManageBac account Subdomain:

f. Click Create

Step 5: via Settings > Integrations > Login with Google

Logged in as an Administrator on your ManageBac account, navigate to Settings > Integrations > Login with Google > tick the Enabled checkbox.

Enter your Client ID and Client Secret. Then click Save Changes

Step 6: Wait 10 minutes and Log-in!

Once set up, users whose ManageBac account is associated with a Gmail account will be able to Sign-in with Google. Please note, this may take around 10 minutes to take effect after enabling the API.

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