Feb 16, 2015 // Announcements, For DigitalChalk Users

New Feature! Log In Using Social Media Sites


DigitalChalk has released a brand new feature that gives your students an easy way to sign in (easier than logging in with an email and password).

With this new feature, you can allow students to login by simply connecting Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ to your organization.

How does the instructor set it up?

We’ve created a great walk-through for you on our developer’s site (don’t let that scare you, you don’t need to be a developer to do this).

  • Check out how to connect to Twitter here.
  • Check out how to connect to Facebook here.
  • Check out how to connect to LinkedIn here.
  • Check out how to connect to Google+ here.


What does the student have to do?

The student can click on one of the social media icons on the login screen (after you have set it up) and connect their social media profile to your organization on the DigitalChalk platform. Once they’ve connected, they can click on that same icon and they will automatically be logged into the system (no more having to enter in their email and password if they don’t want to). The only requirement for the student is that they have to have a account on any of those social media sites in order for it to connect.

Don’t forget to check out our knowledge base if you have other questions, or feel free to contact our support team at 877-321-2451 opt. 2 and support@digitalchalk.com.

Want to learn more about the DigitalChalk e-learning platform? Call us at 877-321-2451 opt. 1 or request a live demo with a Product Specialist.



DigitalChalk is your complete solution for creating and delivering your training online. Whether you sell courses or train employees online, the DigitalChalk platform is a time-saving, efficient, learning management system (LMS) that lets you design and launch your courses, your way.

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  • Dave

    Is there any benefits to the course providers for this feature?

  • Hi Dave, This is a feature that is really aimed towards the end user and students by creating an easier login process.