Permissions: Owner

Product tier: Available for Greenhouse Onboarding and Greenhouse Welcome subscription tiers

Owners can determine which employees have access to configure single sign-on (SSO) for your organization's Greenhouse Onboarding or Greenhouse Welcome account.

Create custom access roles with the Can manage single sign-on permission stripe and assign this role to allow specific users the ability to manage single sign-on from the Settings page.

Add SSO permissions to a custom role

To get started, you'll need to configure a custom role with permission to manage single sign-on.

From your Greenhouse Onboarding homepage, navigate to Settings Data FlowPermissions.

Greenhouse Onboarding Permissions settings page with navigation buttons highlighted

In the Custom Access panel, click an existing custom access role to manage its permissions.

Existing custom access role highlighted to click to edit settings

You can also click Create New to create a new custom access role specifically for managing single sign-on. Give your new role a Name, then click Save and Close to begin editing this role's permissions.

Create Role dialog box with new custom role for managing single sign on and name filled out

Next, navigate to the Settings tab in your custom role.

Under Permissions, mark the checkbox Can manage single sign-on.

Settings tab in new custom role with Can manage single sign on permission enabled and highlighted

Your changes are saved automatically.

Any user who's assigned this role will now have access to configure single sign-on for your organization from the Settings page in Greenhouse Onboarding.

Assign users to a custom role with SSO permissions

Next, assign this custom role to give specific users permission to manage single sign-on settings.

Navigate to the Users tab for your custom role, then click Add User.

Users tab in new custom role with Add User button highlighted

Under the Add user(s) field, use the dropdown menu to select each user in your organization that you want to assign this custom role.

Note: You can add multiple users simultaneously during this step.

Add Users dialog box for new custom role with two users selected to gain single sign on permission

Click Save and Close. Repeat the process of adding users as needed.

Note: Employee match criteria don't apply to custom SSO roles. If your custom SSO role includes other custom permissions related to managing employee data, match criteria will apply to those other custom permissions.

Add Users dialog box with match criteria fields highlighted

Once you're finished, custom access users with this role will gain access to the Single Sign-On tab in Settings and can begin managing SSO settings for your organization. 

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