Adding SweetProcess as Service Provider in Google SAML

This is a procedure allowing you to setup Single Sign On (SSO) access to SweetProcess for Google.

Note: if you need to upload a logo for SweetProcess during your setup feel free to use the image in the link below:
SweetProcess Logo​​​
  1. 1

    Contact us

    Write us an email asking about a possibility of turning SAML SSO on for Google! (

    We will write you back with configuration data that is needed to finish the following instructions properly.

    After we write you back you can go to the next step of this instruction.
  2. 2

    Access your applications on administration page in Google

    And click 'SAML Apps' (shown below)
  3. 3

    Click 'Enable SSO for SAML Application' button on the following page

    And select 'Custom App' as shown below
  4. 4

    Download Option 2 IdP metadata

    Keep the file safe we'll use it in a future step
  5. 5

    Give your application a name like 'SweetProcess'

  6. 6

    Configure the SAML Application

    Enter the ACS URL and Entity ID we gave you earlier once you had contacted us to set up SAML.

    ACS URL The value that we provide you when you contact our support each account gets a unique URL
    Signed Response This should be ticked
    NameID Format Change this to EMAIL

  7. 7

    Configure attribute mapping

    In order for us to know who is logging in, we'll need first name, last name and email.

    Configure these as shown below. Then select Finish
  8. 8

    Turn on your SAML application

    Google requires you to enable the application that you have made. First 'Edit Service'
    Then select 'ON for everyone' and click Save
  9. 9

    Send the metadata file to us!

    In the step Download Option 2 IdP metadata you downloaded an XML file and kept it safe. Now is the time to send that to our support team who will add it to your account and finish your SAML setup and send the welcome emails to your team.

    Please confirm in your email that you've enabled the SAML application in Google, forgetting to enable the application will result in an error when your team attempts to log in.
  10. 10

    Try to login!

    After you receive an email from us, saying that we enabled Single Sign On (SSO) login, click the provided link and try to log in!
  11. 11

    Let us know if anything goes wrong!

    Contact us in case you have any problem! We'll be happy to help you out!

    Especially for previous point, if for some reason signup fails - we may be able to help you determine why it failed and fix it.
If you still have a question, we’re here to help. Contact us.