It’s hard to remember all the usernames and passwords we’ve created on a multitude of websites. If you already have a Google account or Gmail, logging into QuestionPro is easier than ever!
The goal in integrating Google with QuestionPro is to make it easier to access other applications, documents, and templates needed for your research project without having to login to other sites.
To login using your Google account:
Click on the Sign In with Google button to log in to your account.
- If you are an existing account holder and are already using your @gmail.com email address then you will be logged in to your account with the same email address.
- If you are a new user, an account will be created for you.
If you are an existing account user and not using your @gmail.com email address, please log in using QuestionPro login information.
Why use your Google Account to sign into QuestionPro?
Because it’s hard to keep up with so many usernames and passwords!
In our future upgrades we will also integrate with Google Documents so you can share/use your Google Data in QuestionPro.
What information does Google share with QuestionPro?
Google sends a random code to QuestionPro sites to enable you to sign in to these sites with your Google Account. This code doesn’t reveal any personal information. Also, signing in to other sites with your account will not compromise the security of your Google Account.
What other information does Google share?
When you sign in to QuestionPro using your Google Account, it may ask Google for the email address associated with your account, so that we can contact you. A site could also ask for access to any of the applications you use. For example, you can edit pictures from your Picasa Web Albums on www.picnik.com when you sign in with your Google Account.