Enable single sign-on (SSO) to sign into Honeycomb with your Google account.
New users can sign up for Honeycomb with their Google account. After account creation, individual Honeycomb Team Members can enable SSO for their accounts by linking an individual Google account. Also, a Team Owner can require SSO logins if the team has a G Suite hosted domain.
On the sign in screen, ensure that you select the Login with Google button and do not use the email/password sign in option.
Refer to the troubleshooting section if an error message appears during an Google SSO sign in attempt.
New users, who want Google SSO as their sign in option, must select the Sign up with Google option on the Honeycomb sign up page to start their account creation.
If your Team does not require Google SSO, enable it for your own account by linking an individual Google account. To enable Google SSO, follow:
When finished, your Account page shows “(Google SSO)” next to your email address to indicate single sign-on use.
Creating a Google SSO-only team requires a G Suite hosted domain.
One Google SSO-only Team is allowed per domain, and new accounts are automatically added to this Team.
For example, all users signing in from
myexample.com will be added to the
First, configure a Team Owner account for Google SSO:
Then, convert the Team to require Google SSO:
Access your Team Settings page in Honeycomb.
Select “Enable SSO” and the configuration modal appears.
Select “Google” and then select “Next”.
Then, continue the process to authenticate through Google.
If successful, the team should be converted over to Google SSO. Also, the Team Settings page shows “Single Sign-On: Enabled” to indicate your Team requires SSO.
If a user receives an error message, similar to the following, after attempting to sign in with Google SSO, their Honeycomb account requires a manual conversion to Google SSO.
On the user’s account page in Honeycomb, select Google SSO Link Account:
Then, sign in again by selecting Login with Google on the Honeycomb sign in page.
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