Ever heard of account overload? Whether you’re familiar with the phrase or not, you’ve probably experienced it. According to a 2015 study by Dashlane, the average person in the United States has 130 different accounts linked to their email address.
That’s a ridiculous amount of logins to remember. The same study reported that the average person has to reset 37 passwords each year because, naturally, they forget them. The growth of the internet—and specifically the rise in subscription and software-as-a-service companies—play into this. People forget passwords all the time, and we know you don’t want to have to remember yet another one.
That’s why single sign-on (SSO) makes everything so much easier, and why we’ve added Google SSO to the Lessonly experience.
If your company subscribes to Google for Work (ex. Gmail, Google Drive, etc.), you can sign in to Lessonly using those credentials. If you already use your work email for Lessonly, SSO will automatically sync with your account, so there’s no need to create a new one.
Single Sign-On provides a simple, convenient, and secure way to access learning. It’s a feature that puts our Learners and their experience first, which means everything to us.
Quick note, this feature is available only for our Growth and Enterprise package users. If you are interested in learning more about leveraging Google SSO for your business, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.