You can access single sign-on (SSO) for Autodesk and Procore from the TrueLook log-in page.
Once you have located the login page. There will be two options on the log-in section with the Autodesk logo and the Procore logo. You can select either Autodesk or Procore. When you have selected your desired login method, you will be directed to your Procore or Autodesk login page.
Single Sign-On for Autodesk
Clicking on the Autodesk SSO option will then ask you to input your Autodesk credentials on the Autodesk login page.
When you input your Autodesk credentials, then you will see a “authorize application” screen and will need to allow authorization for TrueLook to access your project.
When you successfully login and allow TrueLook permission to access your data, you will be directed to the TrueLook dashboard. Your TrueLook dashboard will reflect your permissions and access level set in Autodesk. If you do not see any projects or if projects are missing from your dashboard, contact your Autodesk admin to update permissions.
Single Sign-On for Procore
Clicking on the Procore SSO option will redirect you to a Procore login page.
When you input your Procore credentials, then you will be redirected to the TrueLook dashboard. Your TrueLook dashboard will reflect your permissions and access level set in Procore. If you do not see any projects or if projects are missing from your dashboard, contact your Procore admin to update permissions.
Permissions for Autodesk and Procore
A user who signs in with Procore or Autodesk credentials will be given permission access to the projects determined by the admin on Procore or Autodesk.
If a user logged in with Procore or Autodesk does not have permission to access any projects, they will see a blank dashboard that states: “You currently do not have any active projects.”
A user who is granted access to a specific project will not be able to have those permissions overwritten. For example: User A signs in with Procore/Autodesk credentials set by the admin for the project. User A has custom permissions currently. The admin has now decided to grant User A customer admin permissions but User A’s previous permissions will not be overwritten.
Single Sign-on for Google
Adding a Google Authentication
To enable an authentication:
- Go to the “User Management” page
- Click the “Authentication” tab
- Add a valid domain name
- Slide the toggle to “ON” (green)
- Google authentication can only be enabled by Customer Admins.
- You can only have one Google authentication associated with an account.
- If one Customer Admin adds a domain name and enables the authentication, all the other Customer Admins will see the same information on the Authentication page.
Editing a Google Authentication
To edit an existing authentication:
- Go to the “User Management” page
- Click on the “Authentication” tab
- Disable the existing authentication by sliding the toggle to “OFF” (gray)
- Change the existing domain name with a new valid domain name
- Enable the toggle back “ON” (green)
Disabling a Google Authentication
Any Customer Admin can disable an existing authentication by sliding the toggle “OFF” (gray).
Permissions for Google
The default permissions for a user logging in with the Google login button are:
- Time-Lapses = View
- Photo-Album = View
- Camera View = Images and Video
- Camera Interaction = Full
- Sharing = On
- Security Recording = Off
Note: If a user has an existing TrueLook account using the same Google email, then they will receive the highest level of permissions available.
If there is NO authentication enabled for the domain name associated with the user’s email address, users will see this error message:
Changing Permissions for Specific Users
Google users can be identified in the “User Management” table with a Google icon in the “Name” column.
Customer Admins or Project Admins will be able to edit the Google user’s profile including:
- Changing the permissions of the Google users
- Adding input for the first name and/or last name
Note: The email address of a Google user cannot be changed.