SSO

Step By Step Guide to Setting Up SSO in Salesforce with Google

Salesforce Single Sign-On SSO with Google

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows users to access multiple applications with one set of credentials. They don’t need to remember the userid / password for each application separately. It’s like having a magic key that automatically opens all the other doors once you enter through one door.

To set up SSO, you need to designate one system that will authenticate the user and all other systems will trust that one system and allow users to log in. The system that authenticates users is called “Identity Provider” or IdP and all the other systems that trust IdP are called “Service Provider” or SP.

#SalesforceSpring22 – Enable Single Sign On Using Slack

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring22 Now you can enable single sign-on (SSO) using Slack as an authentication provider. With this SSO solution, your users can log in to your Salesforce org or Experience Cloud site with their Slack credentials, saving them time and clicks. They can also access their protected Slack data in Salesforce.

Enable Single Sign On Using Slack

References & Useful URLs

Step-by-Step Guide to Build Your Own Salesforce Single-Sign On ( SSO ) Test Lab

SSO is a great option specially from user experience point of view. Once the user logs on to a main application, he/she can then logon to all other applications seamlessly without having to type the username and password separately. Or the user just needs to remember one username and password and that will allow him/her to logon to all other different applications. It’s like having a magic key that automatically opens up all the other doors once you enter through one door.

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