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Sign in to the DoiT Console

You can sign in to the DoiT Console using multiple methods.

The sign-in screen

Customers sign-in

Use Google Workspace account

If your organization uses Google Workspace, we recommend that your staff members use this sign-in method.

Select Sign in with Google and follow your organization's Single Sign-On (SSO) instructions to sign in.

Tip

Administrator permission isn't required to sign in to the DoiT Console for the first time on behalf of your organization (unless Google Workspace has been explicitly configured that way by an administrator).

Use Microsoft Office 365 account

If your organization uses Microsoft Office 365, we recommend that your staff members use this sign-in method.

Note

To set up access, a Microsoft Office 365 administrator must first sign in and grant the DoiT Platform permission to read user information for your organization.

Select Sign in with Microsoft and follow your organization's Single Sign-On (SSO) instructions to sign in.

Use email and password

If you already have a DoiT Platform account, enter your email address and password to sign in.

You can also choose to Create an account.

In case you forgot your password, enter your email address, then select Continue. Follow the instructions on the next screen to reset your password.

Caution

If auto provisioning is enabled, any user with an email address from your organization's domain can sign up without being invited.

Partners sign-in

If you work for Amazon or Google, you can sign in as a partner with your company email address.

After selecting Continue, you will receive an email with further instructions.

FAQ

Why am I asked to sign in with my email address?

Your organization has configured a custom Single Sign-On (SSO) provider and you must sign in using your email address instead of using either the Sign in with Google or Sign in with Microsoft buttons.

Please contact your organization's administrator for help.

Note

If you are an organization administrator, see Enable or disable SSO for more information.

Can I limit access to a single authentication method?

Yes. See Auth method for more information.

Can I use my own Single Sign-On provider?

Yes. See Single Sign-on for more information.