SSO (Single Sign On)

If you're hosting an event for your company or school and all of the guests have the same email domain (i.e. @university.edu or @newcompany.org), you likely want to use the Single Sign-On security setting. This will restrict access to your workspace to only users with matching email domains.

How do I restrict access to people with a single sign-on email address?

  1. Open your Workspace Settings and navigate to the Security category in the Advanced Properties panel.
  2. Click on All Users next to Authorization to pull up a dropdown menu.

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  1. Select SSO.
  2. Select the SSO provider. (Currently, only Google sign on is supported. Please reach out to us at [email protected] if you’d like to add a different provider).
  3. Enter the SSO domain (e.g. @ohyay.co, @university.edu). If left blank, anyone signing in with the provider will be granted access.

️ Guests using personal emails

If your guests sign in with their personal emails, they will not be able to access the event. Specify in your pre-event communications that all guests will need to sign into ohyay with the SSO domain.


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