Saving Passwords

There are a couple of ways to save your login information in the mobile app, so, should you need to log out at any time, it's fast and simple to log right back in again.

The Planning Center Services Mobile App is available only on iOS and Android.

Using Safari Saved Passwords

Login details can be saved directly to your iOS device when you log into the app. In addition, you can choose to have those details synced to all of your Apple devices via iCloud, as well as to Safari on the web.

Once you have filled in the email/phone number and your password, make sure "Save Login Details" at the bottom of the screen is enabled.

If your login details have already been saved, you'll see a pop-up on the login screen that will allow you to use that information.

If you've logged into services.planningcenteronline.com from Safari's desktop or mobile app, and had saved your password in the process, the last step shown above should already work for you.

However, if at any time something needs changing, you can always manage this information directly on your device:

1.  Open the Settings app

2.  Scroll down to Safari and tap it

3.  Tap "Passwords"

4. Use Touch ID, or enter your device passcode

5. Select any saved password to edit it

6. Add any new password by scrolling down to the bottom of the list of saved passwords, taping "Add Password", and entering in "accounts.planningcenteronline.com" for the website, then your user name and password into the other required fields

 

9.  Re-open the app and tap the  log in again with this new saved information.

This menu will also allow you to edit and delete existing passwords as well.

Using iCloud to Save Safari Passwords

Your passwords can also be saved to iCloud, so they are available on all of your iOS devices.

To set that up, go to Settings > iCloud, then enable "Safari"

To ensure all of your iOS devices are able to access your saved passwords, make sure "iCloud Keychain" is enabled, or just your bookmarks and browsing history will be synced

To troubleshoot further, you can also reference Apple's article called, "Get help using iCloud Keychain"

Using 1Password Manager

If you already use 1Password for storing passwords for other applications and websites, you can take advantage of the direct integration Services mobile has, just by tapping on the 1Password icon at the top of the login screen. Choose "1Password" from the menu, and you'll see 1Password's interface show up, asking you to verify yourself in order to gain access to your passwords.

Once you choose a saved password, that information will populate into the Services mobile login screen & allow you to log in.

(NOTE: these steps will be required each time you log out of the app)

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