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As for Github and Facebook I can confirm, yes, the prodivded email addresses are verified. I'm not entirely sure about Google and Twitter. Twitter is more open-minded and allows you to have multiple accounts with the same email address.
In this case is better to use a widget that slide down, so that the user can continue his task on the current page. Lightbox are better in case you have to interrupt the user journey and redirect the user to a specific part of the website, for example a My Account section.
The whole idea appears like Amazon asking you to leave a review on a product in your basket during the checkout stage. Registration as means to end Registering is a step users are forced to take in order to access what's after the registration process. In other words, the goal is to get to the system, and registration is just a barrier - a required step. ...
Let focus the user on a single task, the registration. Then ask the user to invite others – colleagues and friends – in order to share the same experience. The onboarding is a very critical step and if you add too many features the risk is that the final user experience get complicated.
I am inclined to consider this as a valid question in a grander concept of user experience. Naturally users are affected by which site log ins are accepted / offered. What follows is strictly my personal opinion, no data to back this. There was a time when Facebook ubiquitous everywhere. Since then there is a strong perception of Facebook with leisure and ...
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