How to Login with Google and Office 365

How to Login with Google and Office 365

Liscio offers one-click Login with Google and Office 365.

1. On the Liscio sign in page, enter your Liscio username and password. 
2. Click Login with Google if you have a Gmail account, or Login with Office 365 if you have an Microsoft account. 
3.  After your email is verified, you will be signed in to your Liscio account.




4. On subsequent logins, simply click Login with Google or Login with Office 365 to sign in to your Liscio account. 




Note: For additional security, we always recommend using multi-factor authentication.  




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