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Can I require my team members to sign in with our third party single sign-on provider?

Yes, you sure can! If your team is using a single sign-on (SSO) SAML provider like OneLogin, Okta or Ping Identity, you can require that your team members use their SSO credentials to create and log in to their accounts. This requirement is especially helpful as it...

  • Simplifies user credentials — your team members will not have to create and remember a separate Honey password. 
  • Makes user management easier — when a team members leaves your company, they will lose access to Honey the moment their SSO account is shut down. 

To require that your users sign in with single sign-on, follow these steps...

First, configure your SSO integration. 

  • Click the dropdown arrow at the top of your lefthand navigation menu and select Admin from the dropdown.*
  • Once in your admin pages, click single sign-on in the page header.
  • Use the configuration fields to set up your integrations. More details about this here.  

Then, add your verified domains. 

  • Click the dropdown arrow at the top of your lefthand navigation menu and select Admin from the dropdown.*
  • Once in your admin pages, click Domains in the page header.
  • Use the Add a Company Domain form to verify the email domain(s) used by your team. One verified, your domain(s) will appear on the lefthand side of the page. 

Then, set up your SSO requirements. 

  • SSO requirements are unique to each domain you've verified. Click the lock icon next to the domain that you'd like to require SSO.
  • Select Require SAML from the dropdown menu. 
  • Repeat these steps with each domain that you'd like to require SSO.

Once set, you'll see the words "Require SAML" below the domain. This indicates that the requirement has been set and your users with this email domain will be required to sign up and sign in with single sign-on.

*Note: You must be a Honey Admin to visit this page. 

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