For now, you can only make SSO Integration if you have the Enterprise 10, Enterprise 15, Enterprise 20, or Enterprise Ultd Plan. If you don't have one of these plans, click here to subscribe/upgrade.

After setting up your SSO, you'll need to wait for our Tech Team to finish the SSO set up on our side. This procedure usually takes one or two weeks maximum to be completed.

Here are the steps you need to follow to create a PingIdentity (PingOne) App for SAML login on EasyRetro:

Step 1. On the initial page of the Administrators view, click on Connections > Applications tab:

Click on the "plus" button to add a new App:

A new section will show up, where you’ll be able to fill in the basic information about your app. You can call it “EasyRetro”:

Now you need to select "SAML Application" as the Application Type:

Click on the Configure button to proceed:

Step 2. Select the “Manually Enter” configuration option.

Set the Entity ID to the Provider ID you got on EasyRetro’s SSO-Form page. The Assertion Consumer Service URL (ACS URL) must be set to: https://easyretro.io/__/auth/handler.

Then, click on the “Save” button:

The app will be created and you’ll see the following page:

Step 3. There will be a toggle switch at the top of the App section, click on it to enable the SSO login.

You need to fill the remaining fields of our SSO-form, to do so, go to the “Configuration” tab and copy the three following fields, pasting them on our form:

Step 4. Finally, go to the “Attribute Mappings” tab, click on the pencil button to edit, and choose the “Email Address” option on the PingOne dropdown, mapping it to the saml_subject field.

After setting up SSO in your account, what to do next? Click here to check this article we made about it.

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