SAML single sign-on

SAML-based single sign-on (SSO) is available on our Premium plan, it gives members access to Toggl Track through a few IdPs

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What is a single sign-on (SSO)?

Single sign-on allows a user to log in to Toggl Track with a single ID and password used with other applications that support SSO. It will be available for our users on Premium and Enterprise plans.

The Identity providers (IdP) that we have tested so far are Okta, OneLogin, JumpCloud, Auth0 and Google Workspace, however, if the IdP supports SAML2 interface, then our SSO login should work.

How to enable SSO for your Workspace?

In order to enable SSO for your Workspace, please follow these steps:

  • Click on Single Sign On tab

  • Fill out the necessary information regarding setting up SSO for your company

  • Someone from our team will contact you shortly to help you set up SSO for your Workspace

NB! Only Workspace owners can set up or manage SSO.

Once SSO was successfully enabled for your Workspace, you should see this screen on Single Sign On tab:

sso setup screen

Important information:

  • SSO is currently available only on the Premium plan, in case you downgrade, it will be disabled for all Workspace users and they'll have to set up a password to be able to log in.

  • A single user account can use one SSO login at a time.

  • Enforcing only SSO login or managing Toggl Track workspace user's access and permissions directly via IdP is not yet possible.

  • If you have an existing Toggl Track account, the first time you log in using SSO with the same email you will need to confirm your login credentials in order to connect the SSO credentials to the existing Toggl Track account. Read more about how to log into Track with SSO here.

  • For now, we can only enable SSO on an account for one domain.

If you still have questions about SSO, please contact our Support team by clicking on the purple chat icon in the bottom right corner of this page to start a chat.

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