Single Sign-On

Configure SSO for your status page and your StatusPal admin console.

Enable Single Sign-On within your StatusPal organization's Security page and let your team members sign in via your centralized, company-controlled single sign-on “SSO” provider like Okta, Azure AD, etc.

When enabling Single Sign-On in your StatusPal account, it will work with:

  1. Your team members accessing your StatusPage admin console portal.

  2. Your status page visitors when your status page is configured as private.

Enable SSO

Start by visiting your organization's settings by clicking on the back arrow next to your status page logo:

Then click on "Single Sign-On" from the sidebar, check "Enable SAML authentication" and click Save.

From this point on, you can pick one of our existing guides specific to each SSO provider in order to complete the SAML configuration:

Your organization's Single Sign-On URL

Once you have configured SSO in your organization's Security page, make sure to save your organization's Single Sign-On URL, which you will find at the bottom of the page, below the "Require SSO" checkbox.

Share your Single Sign-On URL with your team so they can get direct access your StatusPal admin console.

Enable SSO for your status page

Once you have configured SSO for your StatusPal organization according to the previous step, any status page that you configure as private within your organization will support SSO.

If you check the "Require SSO" checkbox in your organization, your status page will also work only with SSO and remove every other authentication option (email+password, Google, Github).

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