Configuring Site Settings: Login & Account Creation

This article describes how site owners can configure the login page and allow users to create their own accounts.

To begin, navigate to the Login & Account Creation page within Site Settings.

CorpU login

In this section, site owners can configure the login section where learners can log in via their email address and password. 

  • Title: The title is placed at the top of the section.
  • Button text: By default, the button will read “Log In”, but the text can be configured here.
  • Description: The description is placed under the title and above the area where learners enter their email address.

Below is an example of a completed CorpU Login section:

View in Login & Account Creation site settings:

View on the login page:

Self-Registration

In this section, site owners can allow learners and admins to register themselves and create an account on the platform, rather than requiring them to be added by an admin.

  • Enable Self-Registration: Site owners can enable this feature by clicking the checkbox.
  • Whitelist: Enter the domains that will be accepted when registering a new account. You can enter multiple values separated by a comma, e.g. domain1.com, domain2.com. Any email addresses provided by learners and admins attempting to create a new account that do not fall under one of the allowlisted domains will not be accepted and the account will not be created.
  • Admin Email Addresses: Enter the email addresses of all admins that should be notified when someone creates a new account. You can enter multiple email addresses separated by a comma, e.g. email1@domain.com, email2@domain.com. 

When completed, the following message is displayed on the home page, and when clicked, the new user will be asked to provide the necessary information to create an account.

SSO login

Similar to the CorpU Login section, in this section site owners can configure the login section where learners can log in via Single Sign On (SSO). Learn more about how to set up SSO for your organization

  • Title: The title is placed at the top of the section.
  • Button text: By default, the button will read “Log In”, but the text can be configured here.
  • Description: The description is placed under the title and above the area where learners enter their email address.
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