Managing your people in Challo

As a tenant’s administrator you can do the following:

  • Review the members within your tenancy.
  • Invite and provision people to become a member of your Challo tenancy.
  • Manage an authentication provider for your tenancy.
  • Manage your member’s profiles.
  • Manage the applications your members have access to.
  • Manage the tracks your members create.

Inviting people to your Challo tenancy

As an administrator you can provision people in the following ways:

  • Invite them to your tenancy.
  • Configure SCIM to work alongside your identity provider.

Inviting people to your tenancy

To invite people to your Challo tenancy:

  1. From the menu, click Tenant settings.
  2. Click Management > Users.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Enter the email addresses of the people to invite to Challo.
    • Before you continue, Challo validates the email addresses you provide.
  5. Click Invite.

Challo sends an email to the addresses you provide that invites them to sign up for Challo.

If they accept the invitation, they are then active members of your tenancy.

Provisioning people with SCIM

System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) is a standard for transferring identity information between a domain and Challo, automatically—see: Setting up SCIM.

Deactivating someone in your Challo tenancy

As a tenant’s administrator, you can deactivate members of your tenancy.

To deactivate someone:

  1. From the menu, click Tenant settings.
  2. Click Management > Users.
  3. Click Deactivate.

When you deactivate someone, they can not:

  • Log in to use Challo.
  • Reset their password.

Reactivating someone in your Challo tenancy

As a tenant’s administrator, you can reactivate a member of your tenancy who is deactivated.

To reactivate someone:

  1. From the menu, click Tenant settings.
  2. Click Management > Users.
  3. Click Reactivate.

Managing your authentication provider for Challo

As an administrator you can configure an alternative authentication provider for your organization by using SAML. Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard for managing authentication and authorization between parties identity providers and service providers. See: Setting up SAML.