Configuring Single-Sign On with Google Workspace

If your organization uses Google Workspace for email and identity management, you should configure Single-Sign On (SSO) with ActivityInfo and your Google Workspace account.

Read more about why Single Sign On is important for securing your organization’s data.

Step 1: Test a single account

Before starting this step, you must already have an account with ActivityInfo using an email address linked to your organization’s Google Workspace account.

Navigate to the following link:

You should be redirected to the Google Sign In page:

Enter your email address, or select it from the list if presented, and click “Next.”

When you click “Continue,” ActivityInfo will be able to access only your name, email address, language preference and profile picture.

You should receive a success message. From now on, you will log in through your Google Workspace account rather than entering an ActivityInfo-specific password.

Step 2: Setting up a domain policy

Once you have confirmed that users can login through their Google Workspace account, contact to request a domain policy for your email domain. This require all new users with the email domain to login through their Google Workspace account from the start.

Step 3: Migrating existing users to SSO

Setting a domain policy does not automatically migrate existing accounts from your organization to use SSO. Migrating existing users to a new means of logging in requires careful planning and communication. Many users are (rightly) suspicious of sudden changes to log in procedures, and may disregard email notifications from ActivityInfo as phishing emails.

Follow the steps in the Migrating existing users to SSO guide to proceed.

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