Setting Up Single Sign-On (SSO) In TextExpander
Single Sign-On (SSO) allows you to sign in to multiple services using one set of login credentials managed by an identity provider such as Okta or OneLogin.
Companies with a large number of permanent and temporary users choose SSO because it enables them to easily give and revoke access to systems and services. See Does TextExpander Support SSO? for more information.
Identity Providers (IdP) supported:
SAML-based Single Sign-On (SSO) provides access to TextExpander through an identity provider (IdP). TextExpander offers configurations for the most popular IdPs, including:
Things to note:
- TextExpander uses Just in Time (JIT) provisioning. SCIM provisioning is currently available with Okta, Azure, and OneLogin.
- TextExpander uses the SAML protocol to support SSO. If you are using a non-standard SAML-based Identity Provider, contact us with the details to ensure it works with our system.