Whoo-hoo! UCM login using Google or G Suite account

Uptime Cloud Monitor (UCM) now supports Google OAuth SSO authentication. Now you can use your google account or G Suite enabled account to log in to your UCM account.  Get Google OAuth setup today...

 

Prerequisites

 

In order to be able to log in to your UCM account using Google OAuth Authentication :

 

  1. You Should have a Google Account or G Suite enabled Account.
  2. You should be already registered on UCM, if not you can sign up by clicking here and follow the registration steps.
  3. Your registered email id on UCM should be same as the google account email you wish to use while accessing UCM account through google authentication.

Steps to use Google OAuth to Sign in to your UCM Account

  1. Registered UCM email is a google account or G suite enabled accountIf your registered UCM email is a google account or a G suite enabled account then you can use ‘Sign in with Google’ option to access your account.

    To sign in with google follow the steps described below-

  1. Click on ‘Sign in with Google’.
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Figure 1: Sign in to UCM using google Auth

  1. Use your Google account or G suite enabled account to sign in to google login page or choose a already google signed in account to continue to UCM account.
    Note: The email account you are using to sign in must be registered on UCM site.

    Successful signin will redirect you to the UCM site. 

  1. Registered UCM email is not a google account or G suite enabled account:
    If your registered UCM email Id is not a google account or G suite enabled account, but you have another account which is a google account or G suite enabled account you can still use this 
    ‘Sign in with Google’ feature.

    To use this feature follow the below steps:-

  1. Sign in to your account using the email Id and the password.
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    Figure 2: Sign in to UCM using login Credentials

  2. Go to the settings tab of your account.

  3. Click on Users option on left side.

  4. Then click on create new user and use google account or G suite enabled account to add new user.
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                            Figure 3: Creating New User
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