Wix Answers Help Center
Setting the Authentication Options for Logging Into Your Wix Answers Account
Choose how you would like team members to be able to log in to your company's Wix Answers account. By default, team members can log in using their email and password or Google account. You must keep at least one login method enabled in your account's authentication options.
To set your account's authentication options:
- In the Wix Answers app, go to Settings > Account > Access & Authentication.
- Click the toggle(s) next to each login option you want to enable:
- Email and password: Allow team members to log in using their email address and password.
- Google single sign-on (SSO): Allow team members to log in using their Google account.
- Okta single sign-on (SAML SSO): Allow team members to log in using Okta identity provider.
Note: Before enabling this option, click Settings and complete the Okta setup.
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