Before you start
Things you need to know:
This article is part of a process. Start with the article Set up Single Sign-On (SSO) for your account, and we will direct you to this article at the correct point in the process.
1. Add a new OneLogin application
In the OneLogin control panel, go to Applications > Applications.
Select Add App.
In the search box, enter openId Connect (OIDC), and then select the openId Connect (OIDC) application.
For Display name, enter a descriptive name for your application.
Turn off the Visible in portal switch.
Enter a description for the application.
2. Set up your OneLogin application
On the application you created in Step 1, go to Configuration.
For Login Url, enter
For Redirect URI’s, enter
For Post Logout Redirect URIs, keep the box clear.
3. Find your client ID, client secret, and well-known endpoint
On the application, go to SSO.
Copy your Client ID and save it for later.
For Client Secret, select Show client secret and save it for later.
For Issuer URL, right-click Well-known Configuration, and copy the URL for later.
It looks like this
Under Application Type, expand the Application Type drop-down menu and select Web.
Under Token Endpoint, expand the Authentication Method drop-down menu and select POST.
Under Token Timeout settings, leave Access Token and Refresh Token empty.
Under Login Hint, select Enable login hint.
4. Choose users that can log in to Dotdigital
In the OneLogin control panel main menu, go to Users > Users.
Select the user you want to allow access to Dotdigital.
From the User configuration, go to Applications.
Select the + icon.
Expand the Select application drop-down menu, and select the application you created in Step 1.
Select Save User.
Repeat this process to add additional users.
You now have all the information you need to set SSO up on your account.