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Signing in with SSO Follow

Overview

If your account owner or admins have configured single sign-on (SSO) for your Zoom account, you can use SSO to login on the web and with the Zoom client.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • SSO configured on your Zoom account

Web portal

  1. Navigate to your Zoom vanity URL; for example, https://company.zoom.us.
  2. Click Sign in.
    You will be redirected to your single sign-on provider to sign in. After signing in, you will be redirected back to the Zoom web portal.

Zoom Desktop Client

  1. Click Sign In with SSO.
  2. Enter your company domain. Contact your Zoom admin to obtain your company's domain.
    If you don't know your company domain, tap I don't know the company domain, then enter your email address.
  3. Click Continue.
    You will be redirected to your single sign-on provider to sign in. After signing in, you will be redirected back to the Zoom Desktop Client.

Zoom Mobile App

  1. Tap SSO.
  2. Enter your company domain. Contact your Zoom admin to obtain your company's domain.

    If you don't know your company domain, tap I don't know the company domain, then enter your email address.
  3. Tap Continue.
    You will be redirected to your single sign-on provider to sign in. After signing in, you will be redirected back to the Zoom Mobile App.