The Clever Portal supports universal single sign-on (SSO) via Saved Passwords applications! When students log in to their Clever Portal, they will receive a seamless single sign-on experience for all of their applications, even those that don't yet roster with Clever or unique applications that are only used by your district.
What are Saved Passwords applications?
Saved Passwords applications are applications that don't currently integrate directly with Clever's single sign-on (SSO) but can still be accessed through the Clever Portal. Clever securely stores users' credentials for these applications through the setup process outlined below.
What do I need to get started?
User accounts must be manually created within the application in advance, and passwords need to be manually set by the district administrator or by the users themselves.
After configuring the above, there are three steps to set up any application for universal single sign-on (SSO) from your Clever Portal:
1. Find and add an application
Next, select if you would like to request that the application begin supporting rostering via Clever Secure Sync.
Finally, select 'Request Application'.
2. Configure user access
The next screen will provide you with an option to share the added application with particular schools.
You can select the schools as listed and select 'Request with sharing' or choose 'Request and share later'.
Sharing rules can always be changed from the individual application's page under 'Modify user selection'.
Once you have added the application and set up sharing rules, you'll need to provide information on how Clever should log in your users.
First, select 'Begin matching' on the added application's page:
Next, you will need to provide login information:
1. District Login URL or Account Code
If you log in to the application from a specific district URL account code, etc., you'll need to let us know so that we take your users to the proper page. To do this, enter the required information at the top of the form.
2. Match credentials
After we know where to log in, we also need to know what username and password your users use to log in. By default, we will request users to enter their credentials manually the first time. After the first time, they will be automatically logged into their application with one click. If your users' credentials follow a consistent pattern or you'd rather populate them the first time, this article will help with setting up matching rules and/or CSV uploads: How do I manage credentials for Saved Passwords applications?
3. Preview username and password
Here you can review information about how your users will login.
Frequently Asked Questions
What device(s) can I use with Saved Passwords applications?
Applications with Saved Passwords can be used on any devices that support browser extensions with Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. Desktop computers, laptops, Chromebooks, and Windows devices are all supported.
What if I don't see an application I want?
Check out Requesting a SSO application
Get started with these helpful resources:
- How do I pilot Saved Password applications?
- How do I test Saved Password applications?
- How do I convert added links to Saved Password applications?