Located:  Community Settings --> Security --> Single Signon Settings

What is Single Sign-On and why should I use it?

Single Sign-On (SSO) is a popular method of integrating your site's user details with IdeaScale's authentication system. The benefit to configuring SSO is that it alleviates the user's need to log into IdeaScale with another set of credentials. With SSO employed, access to the IdeaScale community is predetermined by the user's access to your intranet. SSO removes the login process--which many community admins feel is a significant barrier to participation!

For more details about SSO, read this - https://www.avatier.com/blog/how-single-sign-on-works/ 

What kinds of Single Sign-On does IdeaScale support?
Token-Based/Multipass
Domain Cookie
Google Apps
SAML 2.0
Yammer

Multipass SSO - A Multipass is simply a hash of keys and values, provided as an AES encrypted JSON hash. To know more about Multipass

Help Article: https://support.ideascale.com/overview-articles/multipass-sso

Help Article:  https://support.ideascale.com/setup/saml-single-sign-on-at-ideascale

Yammer SSO - Use your Yammer as an SSO.

Help Article:  https://support.ideascale.com/setup/yammer-sso

Please Note: Configuring multiple IDP SSO in the community will not apply all at the same time. Yammer and SAML SSO do not work together. In case you have SAML and Yammer SSO set up, only Yammer SSO will appear during logins.

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