You have the option to sign into Pyn using Google single sign-on or Microsoft Authentication.

Google single sign-on

To log into Pyn using your business Google account, go to the Pyn home page and click on Google. From there, you will be logged in or you may be asked to authenticate your Google account.

Microsoft Authentication

Pyn supports Authentication using a Microsoft Azure-based account (also sometimes referred to as your AD or Active Directory account).

To log into Pyn using your Microsoft account, go to the Pyn home page and click on Microsoft. From there, you will be logged in or you may be asked to authenticate your Microsoft account.

Information for IT

Some organizations restrict which applications you can access using Microsoft credentials.

If this is the case, you will need to send the login page (https://app.pynhq.com/outbox/) to your IT administrator to request they allow access.

When your IT administrator logs into Pyn using Microsoft, they will then be prompted to enable Microsoft login for Pyn for your entire organization.

If you prefer to connect using Okta, see here.

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