Account Owners can enable/disable the Google Sign On feature at: Account settings,>Integrations,>Google Sign On
Click the icon, check the “Enable Google Sign In” checkbox, then Save changes and this feature will be available to users
Log in with Google Sign On
Once this feature has been enabled for the account, users can begin logging into Litmos via the Log in with Google link at your Litmos login page so long as they have an active Google session and the email address for that Google session matches the username of the profile in Litmos.
After the user selects the ‘Log in with Google’ button, they’ll select the Google account that they wish to log into, and the user will be logged into Litmos.
If the username does not match a Google account, an error message will display. This will require that an Administrator log into Litmos and update the user’s username so that it matches the email address for the Google account that is attempting to perform the sign in to Litmos
If the user has a Litmos profile and is logging into that Litmos profile for the very first time and using the Google Sign On feature, the user will be routed to the user profile/password creation page like with any new Litmos user
If you would like to bypass the initial password creation page the very first time the user logs in, this can be done by enabling the “Skip First Login” option.
The “Skip First Login” option can be enabled if the users are either created via the bulk import process or via the API.
If you create the user via the API and you don’t want them to set their own password ever you need to add the <SkipFirstLogin>true</SkipFirstLogin> item to your create user request.
If you create the user via the bulk import process and “Skip First Login” box is checked in the last step prior to the upload, the users will not be prompted to verify their profile information and reset their password upon their first login.
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