Single sign-on for managed Google Workspace accounts using Auth0
By extending Single Sign-On (SSO) to Google Workspace and Auth0, employees can use their corporate credentials to sign into software as a service (SaaS) apps or in-house apps hosted in the cloud. Google Workspace SSO provides a single point of authentication through Auth0. With Google Workspace and Auth0, you can increase security by enforcing SSO while providing the convenience of SSO to your users.
The Google Workspace Single Sign-on (SSO) Integration creates a client application that uses Auth0 for authentication and provides SSO capabilities for Google Workspace. Your users log in to Google Workspace with Auth0 identity providers, which means the identity provider performs the identity credentials verification.
Before you begin:
- Sign up for a Google Workspace account.
- Set up a connection, which is a source of users. Connections can be databases, social identity providers, or enterprise identity providers, and can be shared among different applications. You may set up more than one connection for use with SSO integrations.
Configure Auth0 SSO Integration
Enter a name for your SSO Integration, configure the following settings, and click Save.
|Callback URL||URL to which the user is redirected after login (|
|Audience||Your Google Workspace URL (|
|Use Auth0 instead of the IdP to do Single Sign-on (SSO). **Legacy tenants only.**||If enabled, Auth0 will handle SSO instead of Google Workspace.|
Configure integration with Google Workspace
To configure the integration with Google Workspace, follow the instructions listed in the Tutorial view (which will appear when you save the initial configuration settings).
Choose the connections to use with your SSO integration. Users in enabled connections will be allowed to log in to Google Workspace. By default, all configured connections are enabled.
Select the Connections view.
Toggle the sliders next to connection names to enable or disable them.