Using WordPress.com Connect to Sign Into Crowdsignal.com

Signing Into Crowdsignal.com

On the login page, you will see a WordPress.com Connect button. This will allow you to use your WordPress.com account to sign into Crowdsignal.com.

When you hit the button, you will be redirected to WordPress.com.

If you don’t have an account, you will need to create a WordPress.com account.
If you are not already logged into WordPress.com, you will be asked to login.

After you are logged into WordPress.com, you will be asked to authorize Crowdsignal using your WordPress.com account. Then, you will be returned to Crowdsignal.com where you will be signed in.

If you have an existing Crowdsignal.com account and have never used WordPress.com before, you will be asked to sign into Crowdsignal with your Crowdsignal.com login details. We need to ask you to log in so that we can determine what Crowdsignal.com account you want to use with your WordPress.com account. You will only need to do this once and the Crowdsignal account will be hooked up to your WordPress.com account.

If you approve Crowdsignal, each time you return to Crowdsignal, you can use the ‘Sign in with WordPress.com’ button to sign into Crowdsignal.

Remove Access to WordPress.com Account

You can remove access to your WordPress.com account by going to your WordPress.com settings.
Select Security > Connected Applications and then Disconnect next to Crowdsignal.com to remove Crowdsignal.com’s access to your WordPress.com account.

Connected Applications

The next time you return to Crowdsignal.com and you use the WordPress.com connect button, you will be required to authorize a WordPress.com account.

If you are having trouble connecting an existing Crowdsignal.com account to a WordPress.com account, we have a guide here to help.