Outside connections to other providers sometimes need configuration information for the connections to work. For example, if you want to connect the Company or School’s Zoom account or setup Single Sign-On for your Account, you would add the necessary information in the Integration area of Account Settings. Please be aware that only the Account Owner has access to this area of Account Settings.


Who is this article for?

Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your Sibme account administrator if you have permission.

  • Account Owner


Steps to accomplish the task:

To get to Integrations, go to the Account Settings page following either of these 2 ways and then click on the Integrations tile:

  1. On your Home Page, click the . . . icon that can be found on the left side above your name and picture.

  2. From the menu found by clicking your name in the upper right-hand corner.

There are 2 Integrations that need additional information, Zoom and Single Sign-On.

Zoom

For the Account to be able to use Zoom with Events, there are 2 pieces of information that need to be added to your Sibme Account from Zoom:

  1. API Key

  2. API Secret

More information about where to find the Zoom API Key/Secret can be found here. Once the AO has provided the necessary information, then all members of the Account will be able to join a Zoom meeting from an event in Sibme.

Single Sign-On (SSO)

Setting up SSO for your Account will allow Users who are already authenticated by another platform the Company or School uses (like Clever, OKTA, Canvas, Microsoft Azure, etc.) to automatically be logged in to Sibme. Because different SSO providers have different requirements on how they work, each implementation will need to have work done on both sides, but there are 3 pieces of information that needs to be entered in the Integration area for SSO to work with Sibme:

  1. Single Sign-On URL

  2. X.509 Certificate

  3. IDP Entity ID

For more information about how to implement SSO with Sibme, please see the Help Articles for SSO here.

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