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How do I configure Single Sign On (SSO) for my organization?
How do I configure Single Sign On (SSO) for my organization?

Configure Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML 2.0) SSO and create a seamless experience for your users.

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Written by Sarah Graham
Updated over a week ago

This article gives you an overview of VidMob's SSO authentication process, which uses Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML 2.0). Configuring SSO enables anyone in your organization to log in to VidMob with their regular credentials using your chosen identity provider.


  • Configuring SSO requires someone who has access to your organization’s identity provider settings, which is typically an IT Admin.

  • This configuration requires that the person in your organization who will be configuring SSO be an Admin on the primary workspace of your organization.

  • This configuration requires that you trade metadata with VidMob.

  • Please ensure that your SAML server supports the attribute mappings below. Only email is required but family_name and given_name are highly recommended.

Ready? Follow these 4 steps.

Step 1: Access

  • Click the "Workspace" app on the homepage

  • Click on the "Security" button

Step 2: Set Up

  • Upload or manually enter your identity provider’s metadata

  • Copy the links provided to your identity provider

Step 3: Test

  • Click "Test connection"

  • When you are in the testing phase, everyone in your organization will have the option to sign in through SSO or with a password

Step 4: Configure

  • After testing is successful, click "Configure SSO"

  • At this point, everyone in your organization will be required to login through SSO

After configuring, the ability to “Remove SSO” will become available. Clicking "Remove SSO" will apply the change across your entire organization.

Since we anticipate clients taking measures like 2FA to safeguard their internal logins, we haven't incorporated 2FA into the VidMob platform for our SSO clients.

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