Set up and manage SSO
In this article we'll look into how you can set up and manage Single Sign-on (SSO) on your account.
This feature is only available on our Growth plan Privacy Hub subscription or higher. If you need access to this, but don't already have, please contact [email protected] to setup access.

What is SSO?

Single Sign-on is a method that allows you to sign on with the same login credentials across multiple systems. You have probably already seen it a lot of places on the internet, where you can sign on to almost any service using for example your Google or Microsoft accounts. Once set up, only users with an email on your SSO domain will be able to log in. For example: if your SSO is setup to then only users with an email can log in to your Openli account. When enabled, users will be forced to sign in using their SSO account.
Note that users still need to be invited to your Openli account to be able to log in with SSO.
This is a great way to make life easier to your employees, but at the same time boost security on your account.

Get started with SSO

To setup SSO on your account, please contact [email protected] and tell us what domain you want to register as your SSO domain. Once that is clarified, we will setup SSO on your Openli account.

How to log in with SSO

Go to to see the sign in page. Don't use your regular credentials to log in.
If you do you will be prompted to sign in using your SSO domain in stead. Select the SSO option that matches your setup (in this example we are using Google):
Select the SSO service matching your account
Choose the SSO account matching your on your Openli account user:
Remember to choose the correct account if you are using multiple accounts on the same device.
Note that you may be required to enter your password for this account occasionally to verify that you are who you say you are :) And that's it. You are now signed in using your SSO account.

How do I know if we already use SSO?

Simply go to settings (link in the bottom left corner of the app page) and scroll down the page til you see "Single Sign-on" If you see an active single sign-on domain it is active on your account:
If it looks like this in stead SSO is not activated on your account: