Auth with Password vs Passwordless. Give me your opinions!

Ryosuke Suzuki
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There are many login/signup model. - social logins - passwordless logins - email and password login - combination of these Implementing auth in my product, I am curious about needs for password login. Implementing password login is a bit troublesome and filling password bothers me to login.

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Jaskiran Kaur
I am fond of Science,Technology,Art,etc
I would say, when I am in hurry, I choose passwordless login but with time to time, I think we should type our password to keep in mind.
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Ryosuke Suzuki
I'm a software developer! Love product.
@jaskiran_kaur thanks for comment✌️ Intrinsically, password is not required for identification that logged-in user is very themself (if I understand correctly). So, i am curious about reason why we need password auth. I wonder that there is some cultural reasons..
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Jaskiran Kaur
I am fond of Science,Technology,Art,etc
@ryosuke_suzuki As I am in marketing team, I have to open multiple accounts of clients on a single platform and it is time consuming to put password every time. So I prefer passwordless. I think password auth made for people's comfort, though I feel, it is less secure
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Ryosuke Suzuki
I'm a software developer! Love product.
@jaskiran_kaur uh huh, I prefer passwordless too! > I think password auth made for people's comfort, comfort... you hit the nail on the head.
Maciej Cupial
Bootstrapping calendesk.com 📅
I personally hate connecting accounts with Google, Facebook and so on, so I always use an alias + random password for a new account. I'm waiting for the time we will be able to use our crypto wallets to login everywhere, it feels much safer than giving permission to Google or Fb, bu of course I know many people like this way of logging in.
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Ryosuke Suzuki
I'm a software developer! Love product.
@maciej_cupial Thanks for suggestive comment✨ > our crypto wallets to login everywhere sounds good!
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