Gearset fully supports using your organisations Single Sign-On (SSO) process to connect to the app.

Secure login with OAuth

Gearset uses the secure OAuth 2.0 process to manage your account. This means that we never have access to, or store, your account password. You can log into Gearset using one of the following accounts you already have:

  • Salesforce
  • Google
  • LinkedIn

Simply click the account type you'd like to use, and enter your username. Gearset will then request permission to connect to this account and link it to your Gearset user.

Logging in with SSO

As we delegate all account management to the service you're using to log in, we support any additional security configuration you may already have for that service. For example:

  • Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
  • Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)

If your account has Two-Factor Authorization (2FA) enabled, you may need to create an account-specific password for Gearset to use during the authentication process. You can do this in the account management of your chosen service.

If you are using Okta to manage your authentication, you will need to enable username/password access to the orgs it creates to be able to login to Gearset.

You can learn more about our security approach here.

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