Authentication Settings

The Authentication page provides you with various authentication settings for your Crowdin Enterprise organization. You can set up how people can join your organization and what authentication methods could be used to log in.

To configure your authentication settings, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the user icon in the top menu bar and select Organization Settings. Open Organization Settings
  2. Switch to the Authentication page on the left menu bar. Authentication page

Security Options

  • Allow Signup – select whether people will be able to join the organization without prior invitation via email or a shareable link. After the registration, admins and project managers will be able to manage organization members’ permissions.
  • Two-Factor Authentication – two-factor authentication ensures an additional level of security for your Crowdin Enterprise organization. Once you enable it, all organization members will be asked to set up two-factor authentication for their accounts. From this point, on each login, along with a username and password, organization members will use an authentication code.

Security Options

Authentication Methods

The Authentication methods section allows you to select how members can log into your Crowdin Enterprise organization. When you disable any of the authentication methods, the ability to log in via this particular method will be revoked in 24 hours. Hence, people still have time to set up other authentication methods. Also, the respective notification will be displayed to all organization members that use the disabled authentication method to inform them that it’s necessary to set up alternative methods in the Account Settings. When you reenable some of the earlier disabled authentication methods, they will immediately become available to the organization members.

  • Email/Username and Password – members can use their email or Crowdin Enterprise username along with a password to log in.
  • Magic Link – members can request a one-time authentication link that will be sent to their emails.
  • Facebook – members can log in with their Facebook account.
  • GitHub – members can log in with their GitHub account.
  • GitLab – members can log in with their GitLab account.
  • Google – members can log in with their Google account.
  • Twitter – members can log in with their Twitter account.
  • Open ID Connect – members can log in with their Open ID account.
  • SAML – members can log in with their IDP account.

Authentication Methods

Custom Auth Applications

The Facebook, GitHub, GitLab, Google, and Twitter SSO allow you to use the default preconfigured Crowdin Enterprise global auth application, or you can set up your own custom auth application.

To configure your custom auth application, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the user icon in the top menu bar and select Organization Settings. Open Organization Settings
  2. Switch to the Authentication page on the left menu bar.
    Authentication page
  3. Scroll down to the Authentication methods section and click on the needed SSO you’d like to set up the custom auth application for. Authentication Auth App
  4. Select Custom auth application and paste in your credentials from your custom auth application and click Save. Authentication Custom Auth App Credentials
  5. Copy the Redirect URL from the Auth Settings page and paste it into your custom auth application settings.
    Authentication Custom Auth App Redirect URL

Similar configuration flow is also applicable to the Open ID Connect authentication method.

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