Enabling Google Single Sign-On (SSO)
- Click your avatar (circle-shaped icon) on the top right of the Unbounce app.
- Select Account Management from the list. You'll land on the Sign-in and Security page.
- From the Manage Log-ins section, click Sign in with Google:
- Click on the Google account you’d like to use with Unbounce.
- The first time you use your Google account to sign in, you'll receive a prompt to check your email to confirm access.
- Log in to your Gmail and click the confirmation link.
That’s it; you’re all set!
Changing Your Google Single Sign-On (SSO) Email Address
Follow these steps to enable SSO with a different Google Account:
- From the Sign-in and Security page, click the Revoke Access button within the Google SSO section.
- In the Confirm Removal of Google SSO dialog box, click the Revoke Access button.
- Log out of Unbounce by clicking your avatar (circle-shaped icon) on the top right of the Unbounce app and selecting Log Out from the drop-down menu.
- From the log-in page, follow the same steps above - enabling Google SSO, this time, with another email address.
Revoking Google Single Sign-On (SSO) Access
To revoke SSO access from your Unbounce account, navigate to your Google Security page.
- Scroll down the Third-party apps & services section.
- Find and click Unbounce on your list of applications.
- From the Sign in with Google page, click See Details, and click Stop using Sign in with Google.
This should permanently remove SSO access from your Unbounce account.
Enforcing Google Single Sign-On (SSO) For All Invitees
There is currently no way to force users invited to your account (Admin, Author, or Viewers) to have SSO enabled. You can only encourage users to enable SSO in their accounts using the steps above.