Posted On: Nov 19, 2020

Amazon Honeycode now supports single sign-on with identity providers such as Microsoft Active Directory, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, or any SAML-based identity provider, including Google Workspace. Honeycode customers or the IT administrators of organizations using Honeycode can set up single sign-on so that Honeycode users can log in using their corporate credentials instead of Honeycode-specific credentials. 

To use this feature, customers must be on the Honeycode Pro or Plus plan. To get started, enable AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) through the AWS account that is linked to the Honeycode team for billing. Follow the steps in the Amazon Honeycode console to integrate Honeycode with AWS SSO and then open a support case with AWS to complete the process. AWS Support will help you complete the onboarding process. After opening the support case, it will take about three weeks to complete the SSO activation process.  

AWS SSO makes it easy to centrally manage access to multiple AWS accounts and business applications and provide users with single sign-on access to all their assigned accounts and applications from one place. 

Getting started:

  • Read the documentation to learn how to set up Single Sign-On with Honeycode
  • Visit to learn more about Amazon Honeycode