Have you ever thought about sharing an account with all members in the same department, such as “Manage a company Facebook account with all the members in the marketing department.”?
Accounts that are used by multiple users can be managed in SKUID, utilizing single sign-on, instead of them entering an application ID and its password every single time.
1. Change Settings
First, an administrator logs in to SKUID from SKUID login page and select the gear icon at the upper right of the screen before moving to the administrator panel.
Once directed to the administrator panel, click [Settings] → [SKUID functional option] →[Edit] at the side bar on the left, and turn on [Allow Admins to share accounts].
※When allowing normal members to share applications, please turn on [Allow standard members to share accounts] at the lower side of the screen.
2. Add Groups
Click [Group] from the side bar on the left on the administrator panel.
Click [Add group] at the upper right of the screen for creating a group.
Click [Create] at the upper right of the screen after inputting a group name and group description (optional).
Lastly, add people to be attributed to this group. Click [Add member] at the upper right of the screen.
Tick the box on the left side of a member to be added and click [Register] at the upper right of the screen.
3.Company Application Registration
Go to the left side bar→ [Application] → [Application registration].
Input an application name to be added in the [Application search] and select an application (tick the box) and click [Next]. Here, Facebook is used as an example.
Display name of the application can be changed when registering a company application. Display name should be easy and simple to distinguish for group members. Here, application name is [FB marketing shared]. Lastly, click [Register].
4. Account Settings/Application Share from My Page
Next, input an application ID and password to share them. First, move to my page from the administrator panel.
Company applications that were registered earlier are not displayed yet, so click [+] and add applications.
Facebook application that was registered earlier is displayed in the app list, so select this app and click [Next].
ID information is [E-mail address or telephone number] on Facebook, so input a registered ID and password, and click [Change] at the upper right of the screen. Now you’ll be able to use single-sign on with this app.
Only one user can use a registered ID and password in the current status, so this application needs to be shared. Move a cursor to the application on my page and click [Settings] icon.
Click [Share application] at the center right of the screen.
Both sharing to each member or sharing to the whole group are possible. Select [Add group], since the application needs to be shared to the group this time.
Tick the group to be added and select [Register] at the upper right of the screen. Application share within the group is now available.
5. Shared Application Become Available to Other Users in a Group
Lastly, when a group member (normal user, no admin privileges) Hisako Hasegawa logs in to SKUID, the app is displayed with a shared icon overlay. With one click, she is able to single sign-on to Facebook with the previously inputted ID and password.