Single Sign-on (SSO) with Microsoft Credentials is available for all Wrike accounts.
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Microsoft Office 365 is a platform powered by Microsoft which provides a suite of products and services to their users. Azure Active Directory works as an identity management service for this platform and facilitates single sign-on capabilities.
To link Wrike with Azure Active Directory on Office 365:
For more details on what users can do after Wrike has been linked with Office 365 please read our page on Single Sign-on with Microsoft Credentials.
Link Wrike with Office 365 to take advantage of single sign-on and be able to:
Note! Just in Time provisioning is turned on by default for this integration. This means that users can join an account in Wrike without invitation and they automatically become regular users, if there are seats available in Wrike account. If there are no available seats in the account, users will become collaborators.
Just in Time provisioning cannot be turned off, however the admins of Azure Active directory can limit access to the Wrike app for the users who should not join Wrike. This article from Microsoft Help Center describes how to limit access to the Wrike app in Azure AD.
You can choose to make the app available on the “My apps” launcher for all Microsoft users on the subscription. Read more about how to manage visibility of apps in the “My apps” launcher here.
To create a Wrike account via Office 365 you must be an admin of your Office 365 subscription.
When you create a new Wrike account from Office 365, your Azure Active Directory automatically links with your new Wrike account. To create and link a Wrike account:
You are instantly registered as a new Wrike account admin, a Wrike account is created and automatically linked with your Office 365 subscription, and you are taken to your Wrike Workspace.
To link an existing Wrike account with an Office 365 Azure subscription you must be an admin of both Wrike and Office 365.
You will be taken to the Wrike Workspace. Office 365 users with a Wrike account can use their Office credentials to log in to Wrike. Office 365 users who don't have a Wrike account can create one using their Microsoft credentials.
Admins on Free, Professional, and Business accounts should contact our Support Team to approve their email domain. Wrike admins on Enterprise accounts can use the instructions below.
Configure user license registration settings by adding approved email domains. When sent an invitation to join your account:
Please note, users whose emails do not contain an approved email domain are still able to join your Wrike account and they can click the Wrike app icon on the “My apps” launcher to register for a Wrike user account using their Microsoft credentials.
Adding approved email domains may require assistance from your Sys Ops Team.
After the domain is approved: users with the domain in their email invitation can use their Microsoft credentials to create their Wrike user licenses.