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Google SSO with Zeplin

Learn more about Google SSO with Zeplin

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Written by Tuba
Updated over a week ago

Sign up with Google

If you have a Google account, you can sign up using the “Sign up with Google” button.

When you sign up with your Google account, your email address will be verified automatically by Google, and you won’t receive a verification email from Zeplin.

Enable the Google sign-in for an existing Zeplin account

You can enable the Google sign-in feature later on even if you have already created your Zeplin account setting a password. Log out from your Zeplin account first, then re-login by clicking on the “Login with Google” button on the login page. This way, your Zeplin account will be linked to your Google account.

Unlink Google account

While your Zeplin account is linked to your Google account, if you want to set a password for your account, change the email address of your account, or delete your account completely, you need to unlink your Google account from your Zeplin account first.

When you click on the “Unlink your Google account” under the Account tab in your profile, the “Sign in with Google” page opens to confirm your account that you want to unlink. You need to choose your Google account, which you’ve been using for your Zeplin account. Then, Zeplin will ask you to set a password for your next logins.

☝️ If your linked Google account doesnt exist anymore, or the email domain of your Google account has been changed by your company, you need to make sure if the emails sent to your old email address are being directed to your new email address—you can contact your IT team for this setting. Then, you can reach out to us via to unlink your Google account.

Two-Factor Authentication with Google sign-in

Zeplin doesn’t have 2FA requirements directly at the moment. But if you log into Zeplin with the Google sign-in option and have 2FA enabled on your Google account, then it will be required to log into Zeplin as well.

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