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Labelbox supports single sign-on (SSO), allowing you to log in to Labelbox using the same identity provider that you use for other services.
What is SSO?
Single sign-on (SSO) lets users access authorized network resources with one login. You can validate usernames and passwords against your corporate user database or other client apps, meaning Labelbox does not need to manage separate passwords for each user.
Setting up SSO with Labelbox
Labelbox supports most SSO identity providers including SAML, Okta, OneLogin, Google Apps, ADFS, and Azure.
For most providers, you’ll need to find the following pieces of information to give Labelbox:
- A sign-in page URL (also called a login URL)
- An X.509 certificate
- The domain name of your organization
Please reach out to email@example.com to help you get set up.
Using SSO to log in to Labelbox
Once SSO has been configured for your organization, logging in to Labelbox is as easy as typing in your email. Our sign-in form will automatically detect that SSO is enabled for your domain and redirect you to your identity provider.