In this tutorial, you will learn how to add Single Sign On (SSO) to Slack using Auth0. Your users will be able to log in using any of our Social Identity Providers (Facebook, Twitter, Github, etc.), Enterprise Identity Providers (LDAP, Active Directory, ADFS, etc.) or with a username and password.
1. Create a new application
Navigate to the SSO Integrations section of the dashboard and choose Slack from the list of apps:
2. Name your app and click Save:
3. Follow the live documentation
Now you will be directed to a tutorial for this integration containing information customized for your account. You may need to enter information from Slack. Simply follow each of the steps as shown:
4. Configure Settings
After going through the Tutorial, click on the Settings tab for your integration. Here you can choose to Use Auth0 instead of the IdP to do single sign-on. Make sure to click SAVE when finished.
5. Enable Connections
Click the Connections link for the integration to select which connections you want to enable for this integration.
6. Configuration Complete
You have successfully configured Slack to use Auth0 as the SSO broker. Your users can now choose this as a way to authenticate.