Set up PageProof SSO with G Suite
To set up PageProof SSO with your GSuite account, log in to your G Suite admin user and head over to the Admin Console.
In the Admin Console, click the Apps tile.
Then click the SAML apps tile.
Then click the Enable SSO for a SAML Application floating action button in the bottom right corner of the page.
This will open a dialogue window. Click Setup My Own Custom App.
Click the Download button next to Option 2 > IDP metadata. It’s important you keep this file safe, as we'll be needing it later on in the setup process.
You’ll be asked to enter an Application Name, and to upload a logo.
For the Application Name, enter “PageProof”.
For the logo, download and re-upload the following logo: https://resources.pageproof.app/sso/pageproof-logo-for-gsuite-256x256.png. This image has been sized to fit perfectly within the Google App Launcher.
Next, you’ll be asked to enter a few Service Provider Details.
Enter the following details, but change “example.com” to your own company’s email domain name (eg. my-company.com).
ACS URL: https://app.pageproof.com/sso/example.com
Entity ID: https://app.pageproof.com/sso/example.com
Start URL: https://app.pageproof.com/sso/example.com
Signed Response: Enabled
Name ID: Basic Information > Primary Email
Name ID Format: EMAIL
The next screen allows you to set up custom Attribute Mappings. This is useful if you wish to ensure your user’s name in PageProof matches their name in GSuite. This can eliminate the need for your users having to enter in their own name.
If you wish to set this up, click the "Add New Mapping" button twice, as we'll need to create two mappings – one for the user’s first name, and one for their last name.
Enter the following information into the two custom Attribute Mappings.
User.FirstName: Basic Information > First Name
User.LastName: Basic Information > Last Name
This information is case-sensitive. So make sure you copy these attribute names exactly.
All you need to do now is send the IDP metadata you downloaded earlier to [email protected], and we’ll sort out the rest.
Be aware that G Suite SAML Apps take a few hours to provision. So don’t be surprised if you’re greeted with a few weird-looking Google error pages if you try to use the SAML App straight away.
If you have any issues along the way, be sure to reach out to us.