About this article
Templafy supports multiple authentication methods. The important distinction in authentication methods is between Users who log into Templafy with their email address and a password they created themselves, and Users who are automatically logged into Templafy when they log onto their computer.
Manual login via email authentication
A company email domain (e.g. @yourcompany.com) is added to the configuration, which allows Users with an email from this domain to sign in.
The first time that a User signs in, they receive an email with a verification link to prove who they are. When Users click on the verification link, they are redirected to the Templafy Web App for their company, and asked to create a password.
Users are then able to sign into Templafy through using their email address and password.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Single Sign-On methods mean that a User is automatically signed into Templafy when they sign into their computer.
A requirement for SSO is that the organization has a running authentication service that Templafy can communicate with.