Access with Okta

Hello!

Is FlowMapp accessible from corporate SSO portals such as Okta? Are there any plans for that?

Thanks!

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Hi Helena!
I’m very glad to see you here :slight_smile:

Is FlowMapp accessible from corporate SSO portals such as Okta? Are there any plans for that?

Unfortunately, FlowMapp doesn’t support SSO. I can’t be 100% sure, but I think we have never received any requests for SSO before so we don’t have any plans for that.
How would you use SSO with FlowMapp?

My colleagues from Support also passed me another question of yours!

My pages are usually composed of different sections that are implemented with widgets or common components; this means that different widgets are reused on different pages. How would you model these widgets in the site map? As a separate page perhaps? And then, how could I represent that a separate page representing a widget is included in many other pages? Happy to provide feedback about this use case.

I’m not sure I’ve got you correctly on this. Could you please explain a bit more about these widgets, how does they looks like in your Sitemap and how was they created?
From what I understand now, the best way to represent them is to place in the Page descriptions, but again, we need more info :thinking:

can a user flow be connected to another user flow, in the same way as personas? My use case is that a user can get to the starting point of a user flow from many other flows, so I’d be very useful to reference flows among them.

We actually received some similar requests before, but every time we asked our users to explain how they imagine this should be implemented - we didn’t get any replies :grin:
So yeah, it sounds interesting as the concept, but it would be great if you can explain the actual implementation (from your perspective!) with some screenshots as the example.

Thank you very much and again, I’m really glad to see you in our Community! :blush:

Hello Nick, thanks for your reply!

How would you use SSO with FlowMapp?
I’d like to share pages and flows and personas with my colleagues, and I’d like my company to pay for the tool :smile:
SSO is a capability that would allow users to authenticate into FlowMapp with the corporate authentication system, instead of having to register each user individually, to make enrollment (and billing) much easier.

Could you please explain a bit more about these widgets, how does they looks like in your Sitemap and how was they created?
I call widgets some reusable UI components that we include in several different pages of our web application (e.g, a map showing on many pages).
Then, from the point of view of a sitemap page, each one of its sections is implemented with one widget. In my site map I’ve modeled them as Footer pages. And it would be cool if I could reuse the description of that widget/footer page/new artifact into the sections of any pages that contain it.

About connected flows
I’d like to be able to build several small user flows (so they fit in a screen and they’re easier to read), and then create other flows where I could combine them and easily link between them.

I hope this is useful!

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Helena,

I’d like to share pages and flows and personas with my colleagues, and I’d like my company to pay for the tool :smile:
SSO is a capability that would allow users to authenticate into FlowMapp with the corporate authentication system, instead of having to register each user individually, to make enrollment (and billing) much easier.

Got it. We definitely need to discuss this with developers since it seems like a lot of work to do (probably) and changes to make in UI. But it’s interesting, nevertheless, especially for big companies.

I call widgets some reusable UI components that we include in several different pages of our web application (e.g, a map showing on many pages).
Then, from the point of view of a sitemap page, each one of its sections is implemented with one widget. In my site map I’ve modeled them as Footer pages. And it would be cool if I could reuse the description of that widget/footer page/new artifact into the sections of any pages that contain it.

I think the best way to do this is to paste these elements into the Page description directly, but how exactly do these widgets look like? I would be glad if you can show me how these footer pages are made and look like?

I’d like to be able to build several small user flows (so they fit in a screen and they’re easier to read), and then create other flows where I could combine them and easily link between them.

Oh! We have something similar in our Backlog (we just called it Flows inside other Flows - the name may change in the future :joy:). Still not sure how to implement this honestly.
Bu the idea to have them in the tool panel is so good… :anguished:
I have to speak with devs about this!

Thank you very much Helena!

Thanks for your reply and roadmap sneak peek!

I’d be happy to tell you more about the widgets case in a call, if you do that with end users :slight_smile:

Cheers!

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