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Single Sign On Help Guide

On Friday October 22, 2021 NATCA is implementing a new service called Single Sign On (SSO), connecting The NATCA website, the NATCA store, and NATCA’s new database tool MyNATCA (still in development). This SSO will allow you to have one username and password to access all three of the listed services. Users should be able to navigate freely between them without having to login each time. Members will have to register for this account at my.natca.org.

INTRO

When SSO has been “turned on” members will first need to navigate to MyNATCA (my.natca.org) to register an account. From there you will be able to select the “Register Now” link to create your new sign on. From there you will have to complete 4 steps to complete registration. Tools are provided at the bottom to reach out for help or retrieve member numbers.

STEP 1



Step 1: If you have not already registered for MyNATCA, fill out the basic information followed by the requested credentials you wish to have for your new sign on. The username must contain letters and cannot be your email, however your preferred email setup in MyNATCA will also work to login in case you forget the username in the future.









STEP 2

Step 2: You will have to verify the email the you submitted from step 1 by entering the verification code sent to it.

STEP 3

Step 3: You will need to review, and confirm that the information on file is correct. If the information is NOT correct, you will be able to change it in the member database (MyNATCA) once a login has been created.

STEP 4

Step 4: You will need to confirm what NATCA alerts you would like to receive.

Registration is now complete. You will be redirected to your MyNATCA homepage afterwards. It is recommended that you also update your information on file with NATCA here.

THAT’S IT!

With the final step complete, you can see the difference between the old website login, compared to what the SSO login will look like.

Now that you’re registered OR if you already had a registered account, users can simply click the “Log in With Auth0” button and will be brought to a login landing page. Sign in with the new username or email on file and the password that was created.

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