Table of contents

  • What is SSO? Why should I use it?
  • How does end-users login using SSO?
  • How do I enable SSO for my Airmeet Account?


What is SSO? Why should I use it?

Single sign-on (SSO) allows your team to login to your airmeet event through an identity provider (IDP) of your choice. This facilitates better security, easier account management, and accelerated adoption. SSO saves the time and effort involved in creating a separate account for your portal. Airmeet supports all SAML 2.0 and OpenID providers. Some of them are Azure AD, G Suite, JumpCloud, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, PingOne, VMWare etc.


How does end-users login using SSO?

SSO allows businesses to use their own login flow to sign into their Airmeet account. The rest of the registration and onboarding process remains the same.


1. Event organizer & their team can enter their email address in the login flow and we will redirect them to your identity service. 


2. Event organizer & their team member's can enter your organization’s domain name (eg. yourdomain.com) in the login flow and we will redirect them to your login page.






3. Event organizer & their team can directly access https://www.airmeet.com/sso to login using their credentials. This link will redirect them to the Identity Provider page for login.




How do I enable SSO for my Airmeet Account?

  • Please reach out to us at support@airmeet.com to set up SSO for your organization. The setup process differs depending on your Identity Provider.


SAML set up Process 

  • Airmeet supports SAML 2.0

  • To create a Generic SAML Connection, the following entities are needed

    • an ACS URL, an IdP URI (also known as an Entity ID), an IdP SSO URL, and an X.509 Certificate

    • Airmeet will provide the ACS URL for registering our SSO service provider

    • The customer would need to provide their IdP URI (Entity ID), IdP SSO URL, as well as the X.509 Certificate

    • In some cases, the attribute map needs to be updated 


Open ID setup Process

  • Open ID is supported. To create an OpenID Connect (OIDC) Connection, the following information is needed

    • a Redirect URI, a Client ID, a Client Secret, and a Discovery Endpoint.

    • Airmeet will provide the Redirect URI

    • The customer would need to provide a Client ID, a Client Secret, and a Discovery Endpoint

    • In some cases, the attribute map needs to be updated.


Note: Email id and name of the attendee will be shared with Airmeet. This is to ensure we meet the compliance standards.



For assistance reach us at support@airmeet.com or join us at our 24*7 Support Lounge.









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