SSO is available for G Suite by Google Cloud. It enables users to access all of their enterprise cloud applications 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.
Thousands of teams trust Aha! daily for product roadmapping, and many of them already utilize Google G Suite for single sign-on. This is one more way we help teams build better software and be happy doing it. 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 administrators the ability to add and revoke user access centrally.
To set up single sign-on for G Suite, go to Aha! and then to the Settings → Account → Security and Single Sign-On. Then, select "Google" for the identity provider under the "Single sign-on" section.
Give the provider a name (like "G Suite") and set your single sign-on for G Suite domain. The domain is in the format "example.com" without "http" or "www." Multiple single sign-on for G Suite domains can be separated by a comma. Click "Enable" to activate single sign-on for G Suite.
Define the permissions users will receive the first time they log in. After the first login, permissions can be managed through Settings → Account → Users.