We value your time and thats why we have come up with the Google Single Sign on to smoothen your Login Journey.

Single sign-on makes it easier for users to access multiple applications and websites with one set of credentials. In other words, SSO works based upon a trust relationship set up between an application and an identity provider.

This trust relationship is often based upon a certificate exchanged between the identity provider and the application to know it is coming from a trusted source. Currently we only support Google SSO and a lot more providers coming soon!

Sit back! We will help you with the steps to understand the short journey to set up your Google SSO with EdisonOS :

STEP 1: Go to thecredentials page

STEP 2 : Selecthe COUNTRY and check the box as shown below:



STEP 3: Click on the CREATE PROJECT



STEP 4: Write a proper PROJECT NAME



STEP 5: Click on the CREATE



STEP 6: Click on the CREATE CREDENTIALS.



STEP 7: Tap here as indicated below:



STEP 8: Click on the CONFIGURE CONSENT SCREEN



STEP 9: Select the EXTERNAL option



STEP 10: Click on the CREATE button.



STEP 11: Fill the APP NAME



Tip: Avoid updating your logo in the process to gain access to the key and secret code immediately, else Google will take time to verify.

STEP 12: Give a user support email



STEP 13: Fill the DEVELOPER CONTACT INFORMATION field.



After you fill developers contact information you can click save and continue

STEP 14: Click on the WEB APPLICATION.



STEP 15: Drop your INSTITUTE URL here.



STEP 16: Click on the CREATE button.



STEP 17: Here you need to copy the Client ID.



STEP 18: Go to the Edison Platform and Click here as shown below



STEP 19: Click on the SETTINGS .



STEP 20: Click on SINGLE SIGN ON.



STEP 21: Click and turn the enable option.



STEP 22: Paste the copied CLIENT ID that you have copied from the 17th step.



STEP 23: Go back to the Google Cloud platform and copy the Client ID now.



STEP 24: You need to go back to the Edison Platform and the copied client ID needs to be pasted on the field as shown below



STEP 25: Finally you need to click on the SAVE button.



That is really great to see you setting up Google single sign on and integrating it with EdisonOS. Now just at the click of a button, you get to sign in to the Edison Platform and save your precious time😊
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