Allow your visitors to comment and login with social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Paypal, LinkedIn, LiveJournal, OpenID, VKontakte, Google, Yahoo
They way I see it, OneAll owes me for an hour and a half of my time. I installed this plugin, set it up on my site and on theirs including all the APIs on all the social networks - and it never worked.
Then, a few days later while on their site my social network settings were all gone. All that time I spent setting all that up was a complete waste.
Maybe their intent is to have you invest your time so you have to buy their product. But I tell you, I want nothing to do with them now. I wouldn't use it if they paid me.
dislike credit line...........
Bad information and unable to cancel my account on the site.
I was really impressed with the description. But why does it ask me to open an account in oneall.com ? No matter how good oneall.com is, * if the site (oneall.com) is down or hacked or gone out of business my site/business will be impacted. If I am serious, I can not certainly use aplugin like this.
This plugin looks like exactly what myself and I suspect, plenty of others need. Unfortunately support for this is non-existent. I initially raised a simple support request with OneAll (as I thought that's where the fault lay), and after no reply for two weeks, raised the same query on the plugin page. One week later, and still no response from either. Very poor.
IMO there is nothing wrong with being a paid service but you should say it in the description. It is true that the current limit of 2500 users will be enough for small sites, but will not be enough for any site which wants to gain users, and the next tier is relatively expensive 8$ a month.
The advantages of a unified widget are just not big enough to offset the price and the reliance on a third party service.
It's a Sunday afternoon here in the UK, but the hostname for the API doesn't resolve. While I've no doubt that the authors will fix this rather massive issue, it hasn't done a lot for my confidence in deciding to pay for this service.
Donæt like to register somewhere esle like oneall.com
To use this I'm forced to register on their website, then add my website in their website settings. their website said my domain name is not valid, so can't use this...
Others already mentioned this and I already added to those topics, but apparently I MUST write something to give this plugin a rating. Thank WordPress.org for that.
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