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If you’d like your workspace to go back to using Slack’s built-in authentication, you can turn off single sign-on (SSO). When SSO is turned off, members will sign in using their email address and Slack password.
Note: If you never created a password for your Slack account, you’ll need to set one before you remove single sign-on. Follow the steps to reset your password.
Turn off SSO
From your desktop, click your workspace name in the top left.
Select Settings & administration from the menu, then click Workspace settings.
From the Authentication tab, click Disable Google Auth, or Switch to built-in authentication if you’re using SAML authentication.
Members will receive an email to let them know about the change and to remind them to set a password if they don’t already have one. Members who receive this email when signed in to Slack will remain logged in.
Who can use this feature?
Standard and Plus subscriptions
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