Single sign-on (SSO)

If you're on an SSO-enabled business plan, you can use SSO to sign in to Pluralsight. You can also use SSO to sign in to our Android or iOS mobile app or our macOS offline player.

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Signing in to Pluralsight using SSO
Pluralsight users on single sign-on (SSO)-enabled business plans should sign in to Pluralsight by using their SSO app catalog (where applicable) or by using the SSO-enabled URL provided by Pluralsight. The company SSO URL typically looks like app.p...
Logging in using single sign-on (SSO) for the first time
Some business plans choose to have their users sign in to Pluralsight via single sign-on (SSO). This allows learners to sign in to Pluralsight from their company's app catalog or from a specific company URL rather than logging in from pluralsig...
Logging in using single sign-on (SSO) without auto-provisioning
In some cases, the auto-provisioning feature of SSO will be disabled and the Invite New User process will be relied on to give access to Pluralsight. This means that users joining the plan via SSO should follow the new user invitation process by ac...
Accepting a team manager invitation via SSO
When users are invited to be team managers on a business plan using SSO, they will have to accept their invitation with SSO to successfully access Pluralsight. Users who have never had a Pluralsight account and users who already have a Pluralsight ...
Creating SSO-enabled links
If you’re on a business plan with SSO (single sign-on), you can create SSO-enabled links to direct users to specific areas of Pluralsight Skills. For example, Plan admins can use an SSO-enabled link to go directly to their dashboard, while lea...