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This topic explains how to configure Google OAuth for LaunchDarkly.
This topic explains how to use Google OAuth. To learn how to configure single sign-on (SSO) for Google Apps instead, read Google Apps.
If a member signs in to LaunchDarkly using Google OAuth, they cannot also sign in to the same account using Google Apps SSO. Similarly, if you invite a member to join a LaunchDarkly account using Google Apps SSO, they cannot also sign in using Google OAuth. However, members can change sign-in methods. For instructions on how to switch from Google SSO to Google OAuth, read How to switch from username and password to Google OAuth.
If your organization uses Gmail and you have enabled domain matching, account members can sign into LaunchDarkly using Google OAuth. To learn how to enable domain matching, read Enabling domain matching.
To sign in using Google OAuth, your account members must first create their accounts using the Continue with Google button on the LaunchDarkly sign in page:
After they create their account, LaunchDarkly will add them to the correct LaunchDarkly organization using domain matching. If your organization does not have domain matching enabled, completing the sign up form will create a new account with a 14-day trial.