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You can integrate your Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) instance to help manage seamless single sign-on for your members. Keep reading to learn more! 👇

Tip: For more information about SAML single sign on, feel free to consult this article.


Step 1

Configure the relying party using the metadata file that can be found here:



Step 2

Next, you'll create rules, or assertion claims, for your relying party trust — in this case, your monday.com account.

monday.com only receives the outgoing claim type attributes and values, so the list of attributes might look different. Keep in mind, you will need two claims: one for monday.com Attributes and one for NameID. To create a new rule, click on "add rule". For example, the first one we will create is "Email". 



Step 3

Create a rule to send LDAP attributes as claims. Remember, outgoing claim types are case sensitive. The claims supported by monday.com are: Email, FirstName, LastName.



Step 4

You can now edit the rule as below:  







Step 5

Next, create another rule to transform an incoming claim.




Integrate monday.com with your IDP

Note: It is currently not possible to connect multiple identity providers to one monday.com account. However, multiple monday.com accounts can be connected to one identity provider.




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