How to allow customers to log in via social media accounts (Google, Facebook, Twitter etc.) on the checkout?

How to allow customers to log in via social media accounts (Google, Facebook, Twitter etc.) on the checkout?

      The One Step Checkout Lite and Pro packages do not provide the option to allow customers to log in to their accounts using social media. However, this feature is incorporated in the Premium package via the Social Login for Magento 2 extension. 
      The Social Login streamlines the registration process for new customers by allowing them to sign-up using their social media accounts. To enable this option, proceed to Stores → Configuration → Amasty Extensions → One Step Checkout → General and enable the Social Login on Checkout option: 

      As a result, the block with social buttons for login will be displayed on the checkout page: 

      Out of the box, the extension supports Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Instagram, Amazon, PayPal, Twitch. 

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