With Edwiser Bridge, you can synchronize Moodle Courses and users with WordPress. Furthermore, you, as a course creator, can also monetize your Moodle Courses easily.
Edwiser Bridge comes with many unique features and extensions. These include WooCommerce Moodle Integration, Selective Synchronization, Bulk Purchase, and one stand-out extension: Edwiser Bridge Single Sign-On.
What does Single Sign-On do?
Entering login credentials more than once gets annoying, doesn’t it?
Catering to this problem, Edwiser Bridge certainly makes a breakthrough.
Edwiser Bridge Single Sign-On gives end users an option to enter login credentials only once on WordPress, to simultaneously sign-in to Moodle as well.
Now that we’ve covered the basics, let’s move onto the specifics…
When your student logs in to WordPress and purchases a course, he will not have to log in again to Moodle.
Your student will automatically get redirected to Moodle Courses page.
Automatic Redirection makes a student’s login experience easier with another functionality.
Usually, when someone logs in to a website, he is taken to a specific page. Here, you can decide the moodle page you want to redirect your users to.
eg: dashboard, site home, my courses, course archive, user profile, etc
User Role based Redirection
What if you want different types of users to be redirected to different pages?
Single Sign-On lets you decide which user-role will see which page first, after being redirected from WordPress User-Accounts page.
Hence, you can redirect different user instances to different pages.
Eg: On one instance, you might want to redirect a subscriber to the course page and on another, to the dashboard.
Last on the list, but certainly the modern-day functionality. Social Login!
So you visit a website for the first time. You find something interesting in it. But the moment you want to engage, a popup comes up “Login/Signup”.
Ah, then begins the same old long process of creating an account. But not if you have Single Sign-On!
Now, instead of using email id for authenticating and creating user credentials, a user can directly login using FB and/or Google IDs.
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