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How do I configure my identity provider (IdP) for Grammarly?

- An identity provider account with access to the administrator console
- A Grammarly Business or Grammarly for Education account with owner permissions

Here are the instructions for how to add Grammarly to some of the popular IdPs:

If your IdP of choice is not on the list, you can still try to configure it for Grammarly by using the following parameters:

  1. Single sign-on URL:
  2. Audience URI/SP Entity ID/Issuer:
  3. Name ID format: EmailAddress
  4. Name ID / Application Username / Unique Identifier: Email
  5. Required attributes/claims:
    • EmailAddress
    • FirstName
    • LastName
  6. Optional attributes/claims:
    • GrammarlyRole
    • GrammarlyGroup
    • CommonName (instead of FirstName and LastName)

If present, the GrammarlyRole attribute assigns appropriate permission to the member. For more information about roles and permissions, see this article. The permitted GrammarlyRole values are:

  • Owner
  • Contributor
  • User

If present, the GrammarlyGroup attribute assigns the member to the corresponding group within Grammarly. For more information about groups, see this article.

Grammarly SSO supports alternate attributes' and claims' names to be compliant with standards such as InCommon. Below is a list of alternative attributes/claims that can be used:

  • EmailAddress: mail, urn:oid:0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.3
  • CommonName: commonName, cn, urn:oid:
  • FirstName: givenName, urn:oid:
  • LastName: surname, sn, urn:oid:

After you have the Grammarly SAML app set-up in your IdP, please see this page for instructions on how to enable SSO for your account. 

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