Templafy supports multiple authentication methods.
Manual login vs. Single Sign-on
The first important distinction is between users having to login to Templafy with their email and a password created by themselves, or if users are automatically being logged in to Templafy when they log on to their computer.
Manuel login methods
A company email domain (e.g. @yourcompany.com) is added to the configuration, to allow users with an email from this domain to sign in.
First time they sign in they will receive an email with a verification link to prove who they are. When users click on the verification link, they will be re-directed to their company Templafy Web App and asked to create a password.
Next time they sign in with their email and the password they created.
Single Sign-on methods (SSO)
Common for all SSO methods are that when a user sign in to their computer, they are automatically signed in to Templafy.
A requirement for SSO is that your organization has an authentication service running that Templafy can communicate with.
Examples of these services could be an ADFS, an AzureAD in the cloud or another similar services.
Templafy supports to all the most commonly used SSO technologies.
AzureAD (OpenID connect)
Google (OAuth 2.0)