Does Preciate support single sign-on (SSO)?

Preciate supports sign in with Apple, Google, and Microsoft, but does not support traditional single sign-on.

Preciate has made the difficult decision to sunset the Preciate Recognition platform. This decision was made largely due to a fast growing interest in Preciate’s virtual meeting platform, and our increased need to dedicate resources to the development of that product.

 

Please read on for more information about the timing of the recognition application shut down.

  1. April 30: Sunset of Support for iOS, Android, and Slack Apps
    On April 30, 2023, we will sunset Preciate Recognition’s iOS, Android, and Slack applications. The applications will be removed for download from their respective app stores, and we will no longer provide support for any bugs or technical issues experienced by those still using the apps.
  2. July 31: Sunset of Recognition Platform, including Web and MSTeams Apps
    On July 31, 2023, we will turn off the web and Microsoft Teams applications for Preciate Recognition. Users will no longer be able to give and receive recognition anywhere at this point and all access will be revoked. 

 

With traditional single sign-on, users are signed into applications when they log into their computers. While Preciate does not support single sign-in, our application effectively provides the same experience by letting users sign up for Preciate with the click of a button. This allows for authentication through the third party provider. In Preciate's case, we offer effortless sign in with Apple, Google, or Microsoft logins. 

We provide a this sign in option in all of our applications (web, mobile, Microsoft Teams, and Slack). If you are signing up for a Preciate account, the sign up card will look like the image below with easy sign in options highlighted in red.

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The best option for sign in depends on how you are using Preciate. If you are part of a company using Preciate as an employee recognition system, you will want to sign in with the provider associated with your work email address