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Integrate Aha! with Google Apps

SSO is available for Google Apps for Work, Education, and Government. It enables users to access all of their Google Apps—including administrators signing in to the Admin console—by signing in one time for all services. If a user tries to sign in to the Admin console or another Google service when SSO is set up, they are redirected to the SSO sign-in page.

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Features

Thousands of teams trust Aha! daily for product roadmapping, and many of them already utilize Google Apps for Single Sign-On. This is one more way we help teams build better software and be happy doing it. More than 5 million businesses use Google Apps. Single Sign-On through Google allows users of your Aha! account to log in using existing Google credentials. This means users don’t have to keep track of yet another email and password. More importantly, it grants admins the ability to add and revoke user access centrally.

Configuration

Step 1: Adding Google Apps SSO

To get started, go to the Account settings page and select Security and single sign-on. Then selectGoogle as your Identity Provider.

Give the provider a name such as “Google Apps” and set your Google Apps domain. The domain is in the format example.com without “http” or “www”. Once you click Enable Google Apps Single Sign-On will be ready to go.

Step 2: Migrating existing Aha! users to Google Apps SSO will create a new user

In Aha! SSO users are kept completely separate from Email/Password based users to provide the best security possible. However, existing Email/Password users can be migrated to SSO users as long as they meet the following conditions:

  1. The user must not be associated with any other Aha! account
  2. The user hasn’t logged in with SSO yet since this will provision a new user for them

If a user meets those conditions, find the user’s account in Account Settings → Users and select the user to migrate. Qualifying users will have an option available to change their Identity Provider from password to Google Apps. Once changed, the account will be able to login via SSO.

Step 3: Adding/removing users

To manage user settings go to Account Settings → Users where you will see a list of all users associated with the account. Users who login using Google Apps will be tagged with “Google Apps” (or whatever name you provided during setup) and are separate accounts from those who log in with an email address and password. Clicking on a user will allow you to edit their information and set products and roles as you would for a standard user.

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