Signing into Gradient

Gradient offers three different authentication methods so you can choose the right one for you

Authenticating with Gradient is quick and easy.  To ensure we keep this simple, secure, convenient, Gradient access is supported using one of three methods.

Gradient does not use or store its own user sign-in credentials for authentication but relies on secure SSO methods through common frameworks.

Note: Once you choose your initial Sign-in method, it cannot be changed within the application.  Please review this article, and we can help you make this change!

Sign in with Microsoft

Sign in Microsoft

Using the Sign in with Microsoft option, you will be prompted to enter your Microsoft 365 credentials.  It will also require verification through any multi-factor authentication requirements that may be attached to that account. 

Sign in with Google

Sign in Google

Using the Sign in with Google option, you will be prompted to enter your Google credentials.  It will also require verification through any multi-factor authentication requirements that may be attached to that account. 

Note: Sign in with Google is coming soon. 

Sign in with Magic Link

sign in Magic Link

Using the Sign in with Magic Link option, you will be prompted to enter your email address and click Send Sign In Link to receive an email.  The email will have a special link that will expire, allowing you to sign in. 

The Magic Link method will be your only choice if you do not wish to use your Microsoft or Google credentials.

 

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