Enable or disable default login methods

The article guides administrators in Yeeflow on enabling or disabling default login methods, providing flexibility in authentication options

Updated over a week ago

When you access Yeeflow with the custom domain URL (https://<customdomain>.yeeflow.com) of your organization, you will be firstly redirect to the login page. Yeeflow provides 3 default login options:

  1. Login with email and password.

  2. Login with Microsoft 365 account.

  3. Login with Google account.

You can open those 3 options to users if you have the mixed types of user accounts. For example, some users do not have the Microsoft or Google accounts, you can allow them to login with email and password. Meanwhile, for those Microsoft 365 users, they can choose to use the Microsoft account to login.


You can also set up the managed domain from Yeeflow admin center, to force users to login with Microsoft accounts for claimed corp domains. Lear how to set up the managed domain, please refer: Set up managed domains.

If you want to restrict the login method from the login page, you can customize the options to enable or disable the login methods.

How it works?

To mange the default login methods, firstly login to Yeeflow with the system admin account, then go to the Admin center. From the left navigation panel click to expand the "Security", and click "Login authentication":

From this page, you will find different type of settings. The first part is shows the default login methods. By default, the "Email account", "Microsoft account" and "Google account" are all checked.

To change login methods, click the "Edit" button from the top right of this section.

Then, check or uncheck to enable/disableeach option. For example, disable the Email and Google account login options. This will force users to login only with Microsoft Accounts.

Clicking the "Save" button to save your changes.

Now, when users try to login Yeeflow with the custom domain URL, they will only see the Microsoft option on the login page.

You can make changes from the admin center to make other options available later if needed.


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