Audience: ClassLink Administrator, Instructor, Student
If your iOS device is on iOS 12 or above, then you can take advantage of the Autofill feature to sign into third party apps using credentials stored in your ClassLink password lockers. To set up Autofill, follow the below steps.
1. On the first launch of a newly-installed app, or the first launch of a newly updated app, you will be prompted with this screen:
2. Enable the switch, after which you’ll be prompted with the a screen that explains how to enable the extension. When you press “Go To Settings”, the Settings app will be opened – go to Passwords & Accounts – enable AutoFill Passwords – enable ClassLink. If you are using an iPhone, tap the Settings button in the top right to go to the main settings menu, then go to the Passwords & Accounts section.
3. After you enable Autofill by completing this tutorial, the following should appear, after which you’ll be redirected to the ClassLink app:
4. After successfully enabling Autofill, open any third-party app installed on the device or any app from the ClassLink app requiring a login. Tap on an email or password field, then tap the Passwords field on the top of the keyboard. (Screenshots are from the DropBox app)
5. Tapping passwords will prompt the extension. If the app’s domain is found (in this case Dropbox) and you already have saved credentials for Dropbox, those will be shown first, but you can opt to display all, including the ones found in the password locker in Launchpad, by tapping Show All.
6. If you want to add a new set of username & password for an app, press on the + button:
7. The app name will be autocompleted (see above). After you complete the new locker, press Save. The locker will be saved and autocompleted in the email and passwords field from the app's native app login screen.
8. You can see and edit the lockers added from the Mobile Extension inside Launchpad – Settings – Mobile Locker section:
9. Tapping a locker will allow you to edit or delete the lockers added for that app.