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User Account Registration and data: You can connect your Google and BeDonor accounts. When you do this, BeDonor uses the full name, e-mail address and picture (if any) from your Google account to update your BeDonor account details. You also have the option to explicitly grant BeDonor access to your Google Photos in order to display any of your public galleries on your public fundraiser project page.
You can connect your Facebook and BeDonor accounts. When you do this, BeDonor uses the full name, e-mail address and picture (if any) from your Facebook account to update your BeDonor account details. You also have the option to explicitly grant BeDonor access to your Facebook photos in order to display any of your public galleries on your public fundraiser project page.