Single Sign-On (SSO) Login

Already have Single Sign-On credentials from your company? Use these to log in, provided you have already signed up with the same email.

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Written by Nina Eleftheriadou
Updated over a week ago

With Single-Sign-On login (SSO for short), you can sign in to Transifex using your organization’s secure authentication process. To do so, your IT department must have provided you with credentials.

These credentials are not saved in TX and are managed solely by your organization. The email associated with these credentials, though, should be the same as the one used in your TX account.

To log in with SSO, go to the Login page and click on the “Login with SSO” link at the bottom of the screen:


You input the organization slug on the next page and press the “Log in” button. As a reminder: the organization slug is a short name of your organization, without any spaces, that is contained in the TX organization URL, e.g.

If you don’t remember the organization slug, you can click on the link “Forgot organization's slug?” and you’ll be prompted to input your email address. We will send an email to this address, if it exists and is valid, with a list of all the slugs of the organizations with SSO enabled that you are a member of. Copy and paste the one you want to log into to the appropriate field.

After you click the "Log in" button, you will be redirected to your organization’s specific login page, where you will enter the credentials provided by your organization. Upon successful login, you will be redirected to the organization’s dashboard in Transifex.

⚠️Warning: If you want to log in using your username and password or via social authentication instead, then to be able to access the organization for which the SSO is enabled, you need to sign in using the following URL by replacing the org_slug with your own organization's slug.


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