You can restrict how your organisation's Users are able to access mattero by only allowing them to log in via certain methods. Your organisation may wish to implement this setting to improve your data security, or to ensure a chosen login process is the only way Users can access mattero.
Please note, configuring or updating your Login Option Rules will not affect any existing Users' linked accounts in mattero, only new Users. To implement your changes on existing Users, they will be required to change their authentication methods to your new standard.
For example, if you restrict access via a Microsoft account, any Users already linked to a Microsoft account will have to unlink their existing account.
However, all Users must have at least one authentication method (email, Microsoft, or Google) active at all times, so please ensure a User who unlinks one method has another method in place before unlinking.
(View the Activate Microsoft or Google Authentication article for more information.)
Configuring Login Option Rules
To restrict your organisation's login options:
- On the sidebar, select System ().
- Under Users, select Login Option Rules.
- You can restrict your Users to access mattero via email, or Google or Microsoft authentication methods. (View the Activate Microsoft or Google Authentication article for more information.)
You can have two or more options configured, however at least one login option must be configured at all times.
Also, if you wish to restrict access to only allow Users to log in via Google or Microsoft authentication, you can unlink a User's mattero log in. Please note, they must have activated their Microsoft of Google Authentication before you remove their mattero log in.
View the Unlinking Authentication section of the Activate Microsoft or Google Authentication article for more information.
- If Allow Email Credentials is configured, it is recommended you also create a list of Allowed Domains; this will ensure that Users will only be able to create an account and log in from an approved list of domains (such as your organisation's email domain).
There is no limit to how many domains you can allow; to add a new domain to the list, select New Domain.
- When all changes are made, select Save.
Login, Access, User Account, Google, Microsoft, Authentication