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SSO (Single Sign-On)

Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials - for example, a name and password - to access multiple applications. You only have to establish your identity once, and then you can login to multiple applications without needing to input your information each time

To set up SSO, please follow the next steps:

     1) Open your Desktop.com app

     2) Navigate to the Settings on the left-side panel

*Apps, links and chat section are minimized in this example. You can also switch to the maximized view

       3) Navigate to the SSO menu

     4) Select the app you want to use with an SSO and click configure

     5) Fill in all the necessary fields

     6) Follow the  in-app tutorial

     7) Alternatively, you can access SSO menu from the App Store. Click +Add button and then choose Add an app option in the drop-down menu if you do not have apps added to your desktop yet.

     8) If you already have an apps section, click + button inside the section

     9) Navigate to the SSO menu in the App Store

How to set SSO on a mobile device (Android):

     1) Open Desktop.com app

     2) Tap Expand menu button

     3) Navigate to the Settings on the left-side panel

     4) Scroll down to the SSO

     5) Select the app you want to use with an SSO and tap Configure button

     6) Fill all the necessary fields

    7) Follow the in-app tutorial

     Find more useful information in our list of the most related articles:

     Setting up a compatible or custom Single Sign-On(SSO) app

     Disabling Single Sign-on (SSO) configuration

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