With this Office 365 integration, you can easily add new employees, remove employees who left the company and automatically have your groups synced by having Officevibe sync with your active directory.
1. Enable Office 365
Go into the Integrations section, and to the right of Office 365 under the Provisioning tab, click on the Configure button. You will then log in to Office 365. You will then be asked to enter your credentials and allow Officevibe to perform certain actions.
Note: If the log in is not working, please review your permissions as you must be an admin of the Office 365 account.
2. Invite Groups from Office 365
You can either choose to invite Everyone who is in Office 365 to Officevibe or select specific Office 365 groups.
3. Link Officevibe Groups with Office 365 Groups (optional)
If you create groups in Officevibe, you can then map them to your existing Office 365 groups so new employees can automatically be added to the appropriate Officevibe groups and if an employee is removed in Office 365, they will then be removed from the Officevibe group. To do so, enter the O365 group name in the box.
Note: You must first create your Officevibe groups in the Manage - Groups - Create Group section and then come here to map them out.
4. Turn on the Daily Sync
You're now all set to turn on the Daily Sync. To do so, you will click on the Save & Activate button at the bottom. The sync will then run the next day.
Note: If you prefer to activate the sync right away without waiting for it to run, you are able to manually push the sync by clicking on the Start Synchronization button. This activation causes invites to be sent to those you set up in the sync.
Note: A sync can always be deactivated by clicking on the View Settings button and selecting the Deactivate button at the bottom.
5. Office 365 Single Sign On (optional)
If you wish for your employees to be able to click on the Office 365 button when logging in to be able to automatically log in with their O365 credentials, you are able to activate Single Sign On. If you have already logged in to your Office 365 account, you will simple click on the Single Sign-on tab and the Activate button.
Note: Your employees will still be able to log in manually even if the SSO option is set up.