Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows users to use the same login credentials to log in into multiple platforms. If you are doing employee survey across your company you would want to restrict the access to your employees only, and restrict anonymous users from accessing the survey. There are various options to achieve this, you can use login/ password model where you will have to set unique login and password for all your employees and then distribute it via email. Smarter way of doing it would be to use SSO, so that they can only access the survey through your company login credentials. This way, you don't have to introduce another set of login credentials in the equation. SSO will also ensure higher response rates as users can take the survey seamlessly.
To set up SAML SSO survey authentication, follow the steps below:
You can send additional user data to your QuestionPro survey response by passing the data as attributes in the xml assertion and the atrributes will be stored as custom variable values for the response. All the attributes will be stored in the custom variables in a sequential manner first attribute will go in custom1, second attribute in custom2 and so on. You can also directly map the attributes to custom variables in the assertion for that you have to define the attributes in the format: custom1 = user.firstname and custom2 = user.lastname and so on.
Yes. You can restrict the report links to be accessed by authenticated users only. To enable SSO for report links follow the steps below:
Following report links will be restricted to SSO after making the changes under Global Settings:
This feature is available with the following license :