Notion provides Single Sign-On (SSO) functionality for enterprise customers to access the app through a single authentication source. This allows IT administrators to better manage team access and keeps information more secure.
We use SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language), a standard that permits identity managers to safely pass authorization credentials to service providers like Notion.
<aside> 👉 Note: SAML SSO is only available for workspaces on Notion's Enterprise Plan. Contact sales to learn more →
Settings & Members in your sidebar, and select the
Security & identity tab. Scroll down to the
SAML single sign-on section.
Email domains: please use the
Contact support link in the
Security & SAML tab to configure the email domains you want to enable for SAML SSO.
Single sign-on URL: Copy this to use when setting up your Identity Provider (IDP).
IDP metadata URL/XML: enter the URL or XML provided by your Identity Provider (IDP) here.
These are instructions for setting up Notion SAML SSO with Azure, Google, and Okta. If you use a different Identity Provider and need assistance with configuration, please contact our support team.