Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication method that enables users to securely authenticate with multiple applications and websites by using just one set of credentials.
This article walks you through setting up an SSO with Google Suite.
Step 1: Visit My Account page and click on the SSO tab
Step 2: Add your domain to the verification screen
Step 3: Add the required DNS record to your DNS provider. Once added click 'Verify Now'.
Step 4: Visit https://admin.google.com/ac/apps/unified and click on Add App -> Add custom SAML app
Step 5: Give the custom app a name and then click continue
Step 6: Copy the following fields into the RSVPify SSO configuration modal
Step 7: Click Continue within Google and RSVPify
Step 8: Copy the following from RSVPify into the new Google SAML application.
Entity ID -> Entity ID
Reply URL -> ACS Url
Step 9: Click Enable SSO within RSVPify
Step 10: Click Continue within Google Admin
Step 11: Set up the Primary Email and First name mappings within Google Admin
Step 12: Click Finish within Google Admin
Step 13: Select User Access within Google Admin and then enable the custom SAML app for everyone.
Step 14: Wait 10 to 20 minutes for the changes to take effect within Google Admin. Once these changes propagate SSO should work. You can test your configuration by clicking on “Test SAML Login” within the Custom SAML app.