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Can SSO be linked to Launchpad

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  • laurab

    Hi there,

    I have a quick question when it comes to log in to Communifire using SSO if is possible to link  it with a lunchpad apps?

    What I will like is that all agents who logging using Gmail SSO can click all the apps that are in the launchpad and log them directly to the apps they click


    If I log in using Gmail SSO and I want to go to TimeDoctor App using the launchpad.
    Once I click the app it will immediately log in me to the TimeDoctor Account.

    All the apps that are in the pad used gmail account to logging

  • gskamau

    Hey Laura,

    It isn't possible to do this.


  • mtrujillo

    Hey Laura,

           You would need to link out to those external sites using a basic html link, then the user would be prompted to login, we don't pass credentials to 3rd party systems. If they are already logged into the 3rd party site, they most likely won't be prompted to login.

  • laurab

    Hi Matt,

    Thank you for the response. What do you mean with using basic html link?


  • nvstiers

    Hi Marta,

    A link looks like this when you write it in HTML:
    <a href="https://www.w3schools.com">Visit W3Schools.com!</a>

    The browser will then display it like this:

    Visit W3Schools.com!

    When a user clicks the link it takes them to the appropriate site. In this case it would take them to the website, w3schools.com

    You can learn more about creating links with HTML here:


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