Single sign-on (SSO) allows you to manage access to your account from a single user and identity management tool.

What is SSO?

SSO is a way to authenticate and sign in to different services with the same credentials. With SSO, users won’t need to remember different usernames and passwords for each service, and you can manage access to all your services from one service. Enabling SSO on your account is more convenient for your users and more secure for your company.

How is access managed with SSO?

When you enable SSO on your account, you’re configuring to hand off authentication to your identity provider. You’ll be able expand or restrict a user’s access to, but not add or remove users from within

All authenticated users will have access to your account, unless you configure groups.

If you don’t have any groups

If you don’t configure any groups, all users who authenticate with your identity provider will be able to access your account.

The first time a user logs in, they’re given “User” access. You can edit a user to change them to “Admin” access.

If you have groups

As soon as you configure your first group, only users who are part of that SSO group will be able to log in to this account.

Each group can be given “Admin”, “User”, or “Configured per user” permissions.

Permissions are set at the group level unless a group is set to “Configured per user”. If a user is part of multiple groups, they will get the highest permissions set.

For example: If someone is part of an “User” group and an “Admin” group, they’ll receive admin permissions.

Available identity providers can integrate with a number of SSO providers. To get started, follow the instructions for your provider: can integrate with other SSO providers. If you don’t see your provider on the list, send an email to Write that you want to set up SSO for, and include your account ID in the message.