Single Sign On Overview
What is Single Sign On?
When inviting customers, partners, and colleagues to join your AdvocateHub, the last thing you want to do is ask them to create and remember a new username/password combination. Sure, they can sign on using their social media accounts, but if you already require users to have an account for your website, why not allow them to use the same information to access your AdvocateHub?
To allow this kind of seamless advocate experience, you need to have your IT department work with the Influitive team to configure Single Sign On, or SSO. This article is intended to give a high level overview of what SSO means and how it works.
If you're looking at setting up SSO, your login must either use OpenID, SAML, OAuth 2, or Jive (community software). See the related article below to read more about the individual types of SSO.