1. Embedding / integrating courses using LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability specification)
2. SSO (Single Sign-On) via oAuth 2.0 in courses
oAuth 2.0 is a very popular open standard for token-based authentication and authorization. SSO via oAuth 2.0 is included in the Team and Enterprise Plans.
3. Using URL parameters
Note: This method works in the All-in-one and Simple course templates only when the “save progress cross-device” setting is disabled (certificates are unavailable while cross-device progress saving is off).
If you want to get rid of the log-in screen and still register results, you can create a personalized link to your course.
The default URL of the course looks like this:
To create a personalized link, add the learner's name and email to the default link in the address bar. The URL with the learner's credentials will look as follows:
In the Test (Assessment) template you can set up the single sign-on via URL only.
SSO is unavailable in SCORM packages.