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 provide 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.
For more details on how to link a Wrike subscription with Office 365, please read our Microsoft SSO Implementation Guide.
Link Wrike with Office 365 to take advantage of single sign-on and be able to:
Individual users can enable single sign-on if an admin has linked the Wrike account with Azure Active Directory.
You’ll be taken to the Wrike Workspace and are able to log in to Wrike using your Microsoft credentials.
If your company has linked Wrike with Microsoft Office 365 and the Wrike app is available on your “My apps” launcher, then you can quickly create a Wrike user account.
You will be taken to your Wrike Workspace and can start working right away.
If Wrike is linked with Office 365 then individual users are able to log in to Wrike using their Microsoft credentials.
If you are logged into Office 365 then you will be taken directly to the Wrike Workspace. If you are not logged in to your linked Office 365 subscription, then you will be asked to log in to Microsoft first and, after logging in, you will be taken to the Wrike Workspace.
You will be taken directly to the Wrike Workspace.