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OpenID support

www.richardsprojects.co.uk says:

Just to third the use of OpenId.

I almost didn't sign up because this site didn't use OpenID, which would have been a shame because I'm really loving this site so far.

I'm starting to become very reluctant to use new sites where I need to think of a new password and username and not forget them. I've lost track of all the services I've signed up for.

Anyway, great service. I'm very hopeful that it might help me sort my life out.

Posted at 10:48pm on July 31, 2007

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consta says:

I'm also voting for openID support. I wasn't a fan of openID at first, but started using it to manage my 37 signals accounts and its awesome.

And honestly, I've forgotten my password for RTM at least 4 times now. I had to reset it just a few seconds ago.

Hopefully this is high on your to-do list.

Posted 7 years ago

fajro says:

Support OpenID please!!!!

Posted 7 years ago

justyn says:

A great idea.

Posted 7 years ago

blowfish says:

same here !!!!

Posted 7 years ago

vzanc says:

I am using openid for 37 signals stuff and it seems useful.

Posted 7 years ago

fallenpegasus says:

Yes please to OpenID

Posted 7 years ago

vladimir.cezar says:

One more for OpenID

Posted 7 years ago

johnfoland Pro says:

I don't know of many sites that use OpenID, so I use a password manager. I use a commercial one (because that's what I started using), but there is an awesome, free, and open source release called KeePass, too. It works on many platforms and even fits on a USB key.

Posted 7 years ago

angela.randall says:

Open ID will be very useful for app integration in the future..

Posted 7 years ago

magbeat says:

I'm voting on that too. OpenID is great!

Posted 7 years ago

didaio says:

+1

Posted 7 years ago

quepol says:

+11 (or however many replies there have been so far... :)

Posted 7 years ago

rsmith7209 says:

+1... I've started using OpenID and would like to get rid of as many passwords as possible.

Posted 7 years ago

gmonty Pro says:

Yep. Would be nice, but can live without.

Posted 7 years ago

pw1 says:

I'd love to see OpenID authentication for Remeber The Milk.

Posted 6 years ago

axyjo Pro says:

+1 yet again

Posted 6 years ago

dsellers says:

+1 for OpenId and oAuth

Posted 6 years ago

alejandrops says:

+ 1!

Posted 6 years ago

cainmark Pro says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

kris.northfield says:

and me.

Posted 6 years ago

lwallach says:

I like the idea of openid, although I've heard some criticism about it. It also seems like they have kind of stagnated. I got my openid a few months ago and since then they've added no new supporting sites. Doesn't seem very promising...

Posted 6 years ago

thesnabber says:

+1 OpenID is a very useful service. It takes some setup, but it greatly reduces headaches all around.

Posted 6 years ago

deterb says:

Yet another vote!

Posted 6 years ago

jemerick says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

davec says:

Another vote for OpenID please!

Posted 6 years ago

anu.gupta says:

+1: I'm increasingly seeing OpenID as a necessity to any web service.

Posted 6 years ago

babyb0y says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

richwoods says:

+1 - would help a TON.

Posted 6 years ago

wade.fitzpatrick says:

+1

With drupal 6 now supporting OpenID in core, I expect we'll see it hit critical mass shortly. Also with the OpenID Seatbelt firefox plugin, it should mean I never have to see that yellow box in RTM for gmail again.

Posted 6 years ago

mattbowen says:

+1 - it's a nice feature to show your users you care

Posted 6 years ago

vivid says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

fororino Pro says:

+1
Please add it like mindmeister or fastladder

Posted 6 years ago

tommorris says:

+1
I use OpenID on a ridiculous number of websites, and it makes my life so much easier. Adding it to Remember The Milk would be fantastic.

Posted 6 years ago

dekov Pro says:

+1 OpenID, yes please!

Posted 6 years ago

kseistrup Pro says:

Cast your vote here:

· demand.openid.net

Cheers,
Klaus

Posted 6 years ago

ben.lidgey says:

+1 for Open ID too.

I've just raised another topic in the ideas as I only found this one after I started the other one (typical!)

Posted 6 years ago

montag451 says:

Always a big supporter of OpenID anywhere. Implementing this would be awesome.

Posted 6 years ago

mrxinu says:

Voted here and on demand.openid.net.

Posted 6 years ago

thesnabber says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

fuzzy76 says:

+1 :)

Posted 6 years ago

altmann.mark says:

like to have this support too.

Posted 6 years ago

blacksir Pro says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

tomas.kubic says:

+ 1

Posted 6 years ago

andy.stevens says:

Another +1, though given the original post was over a year ago I don't suppose it'll happen any time soon...

Posted 6 years ago

wimpunk says:

+1

Posted 6 years ago

unpeuplus says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

michael.helm says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

fdepierre says:

I would really enjoy openID or one another SSO systeme like:
Google SAML


Posted 5 years ago

arwild01 Pro says:

I would actually prefer Google SAML to OpenID because I'm such a heavy google user, but OpenID is better than having to log into RTM directly.

My Wife and I share a laptop and we always remember to log into and out of google, but having to log into RTM separately is a pain. While I endure it, I'm not willing to introduce RTM to my wife because I don't want to have to explain to her that she'll have to log in a second time after logging into gmail to see her tasks

Posted 5 years ago

jbensley says:

Especially since the introduction of the gadget for GMail, it would be extremely helpful if I could be logged into RTM simply by logging into GMail

Posted 5 years ago

calendarw says:

+1 :)

Posted 5 years ago

fororino Pro says:

Will it come ?

Posted 5 years ago

mccu7pj2 says:

+1 from me please.

Posted 5 years ago

1rocklizard says:

Why can't I log into my account using my google openID?
Please add this feature ASAP.

Posted 5 years ago

david.esposito1 says:

Do the " sign in with your goof acct". RTM already used goof services so much it just makes sense

Posted 5 years ago

peteralexisthompson says:

SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) Service for Google Apps at http://code.google.com/apis/apps/sso/saml_reference_implementation.html

VS.

OpenID at http://openid.net/

Is there anything keeping *both* from being implemented?

Posted 5 years ago

tsasaki says:

I also expect OpenID support to be implemented.

Posted 5 years ago

jeremy.cabral says:

would love openid support!

Posted 5 years ago

areels says:

http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/05/18/facebook-becomes-largest-openid-relying-party/

Posted 5 years ago

alan.lamielle says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

paolo.capriotti says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

istoriae says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

enrico.sirola says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

manuel.garrido says:

+1

Posted 5 years ago

peter.loh says:

+1

c'mon rtm, we need openid & sso saml please!

Posted 4 years ago

kimptoc Pro says:

+1 from me too, I would like to use a secure password, but its bad enough updating 10 passwords every 6 weeks, so my password is not what it could be :(

Posted 4 years ago

ramon.smits says:

+1

RTM needs OpenID and OAuth for its API!!

Posted 4 years ago

anu.gupta says:

I'm really surprised that RTM doesn't have OpenID/Google Account support as yet.

I personally don't really care which you implement (if you don't have resource to do both), but support for one or the other is becoming increasingly important.

Also surprised at how little feedback there's been on this from the RTM team - seems like there's quite a demand for it.

Posted 4 years ago

bmh says:

Concur. +1

Posted 4 years ago

pbeens says:

I had accidentally started another thread about this, not knowing that this thread already existed.

My comments from there:

I'd love to see OpenID added to your website for logging in, preferably using Google credentials:
http://code.google.com/apis/accounts/docs/OpenID.html
This would make things one step easier for many (most?) of us, as we wouldn't have to enter two sets of login credentials for accessing our Gmail/Google accounts and RTM, particularly when we're using any of the RTM gadgets or extensions in Gmail, iGoogle, Google Calendar, etc.
Anyone else see the value in this?

I'm surprised that there has been response from RTM!

Posted 4 years ago

frank.vanhoof says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

jwhite.rtm Pro says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

fredcool Pro says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

ineitzke says:

@pbeens Pro , have we a chance?

Posted 4 years ago

arminhs says:

+1

https://rpxnow.com/

Posted 4 years ago

johnson.tom says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

antoine.detante says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

mfpost says:

Yes please add openID

Posted 4 years ago

xfourniermorel says:

+1 for OpenId and compatibility with Google credentials

Posted 4 years ago

loogaroo says:

today I was remembered again, that I would love/need OpenID or "Sign in with Google" support (see: http://code.google.com/apis/accounts/docs/OpenID.html), because Google Chrome has no master password for its password manager. So I can't use it.

And RTM is one of my last services which don't uses something like OpenID.

+1

Thx

Posted 4 years ago

laszlo.beres Pro says:

I'd love to use OpenID integrated RTM, so here comes my +1

Posted 4 years ago

alexandre.provencio says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

pbabinsk says:

+!

Posted 4 years ago

j.daniel.cook says:

+1

Posted 4 years ago

palswim says:

Just to remind any developers: yes please!

Posted 4 years ago

saulom says:

+1

Posted 3 years ago

loogaroo says:

Yeahhh, login with a Google account is now supported.
Thank You!

Posted 3 years ago

danep Pro says:

+1 to OpenID support

Posted 3 years ago

mbunkus Pro says:

I still would like to have OpenID support for non-Google providers. I am a user of Google's services myself, but I just don't want to run everything by Google. They already know more than enough about me and my personal live.

Posted 2 years ago

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