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How to set up SSO in TextUs with Azure
How to set up SSO in TextUs with Azure
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You can enable Single Sign-On (SSO) with Azure for your TextUs account to allow your users to easily and securely log in the TextUs web app, mobile app, and Chrome extension.

This guide provides you with instructions for requesting and activating SSO with Azure.

Getting started with Azure SSO

Note: Your Azure admin should complete the steps in this guide to ensure your configuration has the correct account settings and permissions.

To integrate Azure SSO with your TextUs account, complete the following steps:

  • Step 1: Locate your domain in Azure AD

  • Step 2: Request the configuration

  • Step 3: Activate the connection

Step 1: Locate your domain in Azure AD

To enable Azure SSO, you will need to provide TextUs with your primary Azure AD domain name found in the Primary domain field on the Overview tab of your Azure AD setup.

Step 2: Request the configuration

Next, submit a support request to the TextUs Help Center to enforce SSO through Azure. The following is an example support request:

Please enable the following domains for SSO to our TextUs account for Example Incorporated. Our identity provider is Azure AD.




Step 3: Activate the connection

After the TextUs Customer Experience team confirms that the domains are enabled for SSO, complete the following steps:

  1. Enter your email address associated with one of the domains listed in the previous section.

  2. On the pop up menu, click Log in with Azure.

  3. Click Allow on the TextUs is requesting access to your Azure AD Domain pop up,

  4. The domain is authorized for Azure users to log in to TextUs. If you have multiple domains, repeat steps 1-4 to authorize each additional domain.

Your users can now log in to TextUs using Azure from the login screen of the web app, mobile app, or Chrome extension. If you have any questions or issues during the setup process, contact TextUs Support.

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