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What is Google auth?

Google authorization gives the opportunity to sign up for new users based on the Google Workspace email. A client doesn't need to create a new login and password. The system automatically creates the user with his email in Google Workspace. The feature simplifies user management and makes it more secure.

To set Google Auth, go Settings -> Google Auth:

⚠️ The Google authorization feature is available only for certain plans. Contact your Affise account manager to get the feature.

How does it work?

To set Google Auth, go to Settings -> Google auth:

  • Enable Google Auth - the checkbox is responsible for enabling/disabling the Google Auth feature. When it's enabled, users can sign in to Affise by using their Google accounts:

  • Confirmed domains - the list of allowed email domains. Only the users who use the domains specified in this field can sign up to Affise by using their Google accounts.

    ❗You can add custom domains in this field only. If you add public domains (e.g. gmail.com, googlemail.com) you get the following error message:



You can add up to 5 domains into the Confirmed domains field.

  • Auto signup - the checkbox is responsible for enabling/disabling the Auto sign up feature. When it's enabled, users can sign up by using their Google accounts. The system creates accounts for new users automatically when they sign up.

  • Default role for new user - the role of the users they got by default when signing up. You can choose either Account manager or Affiliate manager.

    ❗The user with the General Manager role only can set Google Auth.

When you set everything up, the users with the correspondent domains can sign up automatically via Google Workspace according to the settings.

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If you have more questions about the Google Authorization feature, feel free to contact the Affise Support Team via [email protected].

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