- Introduction to Balsamiq Cloud
- Account Management
- Managing Spaces
- Managing Projects
- People and Permissions
- Editor Overview
- Adding and Arranging UI Controls
- Editing Controls
- Sharing and Reviewing
- Collaborative Editing
- Using Images and Assets
- Linking Wireframes Together
- Full Screen Presentation Mode
- Keeping Projects Clean and Organized
- Keyboard Shortcuts
- The BMPR File Format
- Troubleshooting Scrollbars On ChromeOS
- Converting BMML Files to BMPR
- Setting up a Space for Single Sign-On Authentication (SAML)
- Configuring Single Sign-On
- Turning Off Single Sign-On
Setting up a Space for Single Sign-On Authentication (SAML)
Note: This feature is not generally available yet. Would you like to help us testing it? Please email email@example.com.
Single-Sign-On (SSO) is a secure way to let users log in to the different services that a company uses. It is a good alternative to using multiple passwords and might even be a requirement for some companies.
Balsamiq Cloud supports SSO via Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML). When the feature is enabled, users will be able to log into Balsamiq Cloud via their company's Identity Provider (IdP).
Note: This feature is only available for users on the 200-projects Space plan.
Configuring Single Sign-On
Clicking "Configure SSO..." reveals the four configuration steps below that will help you set up Balsamiq Cloud as a SAML Service Provider.
Step 1 - Service Provider Details
The first step of the configuration provides the details you need to enter in your Identity Provider to set up Balsamiq Cloud as a SAML Service Provider. Some terminologies might differ from one IdP to another so we'll cover some of those differences in this section.
Step 2 - Identity Provider Details
Now that you have filled in the necessary details in your IdP and validated those, let's collect the resulting details needed to set up Balsamiq Cloud:
- the SAML 2.0 Endpoint
- the IdP Issuer
- the Public Certificate
Step 3 - Test Configuration
All details should have been set up in the first two steps, it's time to verify your SAML configuration before we can enable it.
Step 4 - Turn On SAML
This last step should be the easiest one. Now that the verification has been made, you can turn on SAML for your Space!
Turning Off Single Sign-On