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Migrating to single sign-on
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FanatikApps is moving to a single sign-on (SSO) system, so that store owners and staff members can use a single, unified email address and password to log in to all the stores and FanatikApps services they have access to. This means that you won’t have to keep track of separate email addresses and passwords for each store and FanatikApps service that you use.
You can combine multiple user accounts that use the same email address. Each staff member needs to do this for their own accounts. They’ll be prompted to do so the next time they log in:
You can then review all the stores and services that will be combined into one set of credentials, and create a password that you’ll use to log in to those stores and services in the future. If you haven’t already done so, you’ll also have the opportunity to verify your email address and add two-step authentication as part of this process.
Combining your accounts affects only the way you and your staff log in to the FanatikApps admin. This will notchange the way your staff members use PINs to log into FanatikApps POS, nor will it change how your customers log in to their accounts.