Teamgage Single-Sign-On (SSO) options

Single-Sign-On (SSO) Options

Single Sign-On simplifies your organisation's experience when using Teamgage. Teamgage support multiple SSO options, depending on what best suits your organisation's IT environment.

Azure AD

This is the simplest method for organisations with Azure Active Directory. We also recommend this if you intend to enable the Microsoft Teams integration.
  1. Azure AD Setup Guide


Recommended when integrating with other identity providers such as ADFS and Okta.
  1. SAML Setup Guide - General Information
  2. SAML Setup Guide for ADFS
  3. SAML Setup Guide for Okta (Teamgage is Okta Verified)

If you have any questions about SSO setup, please let our team know -

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