Enable per-notebook SSO for password protection to non-Aha! users

Security teams may have company preferences for how information is communicated outside of an Aha! account.

It should be possible to SSO-enable just a single notebook at will, to align with in-company password standards, while not requiring that everyone is an Aha! user to view notebooks.

  • Donna Sawyer
  • Jan 23 2017
  • Shipped
Release time frame
  • Jun 29, 2017

    Admin Response

    We have launched a new capability providing Enterprise+ customers the option to share Notebooks using single sign-on. This update gives you a streamlined way to quickly share your roadmap plans and control who has access. You can enable this new capability within Account settings. Read more about it in our blog post: https://blog.aha.io/share-product-roadmaps-with-single-sign-on/ 

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  • Caal, Guillermo (GE Digital) commented
    February 21, 2017 13:26

    This is indeed a must for large companies that want to ensure strong security, but also need to share the notebooks broadly internally. Without this, it becomes an admin nightmare to ensure that everybody internally in the Company has an Aha! user account and is provided the appropriate access... It defeats the purpose of Notebooks, as then people can use Aha! reports directly once they have this access!

  • Nitin Julka commented
    March 10, 2017 16:29

    Agreed with the comment above. 

  • Mark Martel commented
    March 10, 2017 21:40

    Same problem here. Would love to see this built!

  • Corina Toth commented
    April 20, 2017 14:53

    This is a crucial feature, otherwise a user maintenance nightmare.