Enabling SSO with SAML and your Identity Provider

Single sign-on (SSO) is a way to authenticate and log into an application with just one set of credentials, rather than having to set up multiple usernames and passwords across different platforms. It's a more secure process, as it prevents potentially losing or forgetting log-in credentials since it's stored through another service and because it allows companies to prevent access to key technologies by former employees.

SAML is an open standard for allowing single sign-on between two systems: A service provider (in this case Litmus) and an identity provider (that's the system storing your organization's user database, e.g. Okta).

NOTE: The Account Holder is the only user level allowed to set up SSO in a Litmus account.

Please select your identity provider below for specific setup instructions.

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