Microsoft Azure Active Directory

  • Using Microsoft Azure Active Directory with Smartsheet

    Let's take a look at how you can use your Microsoft work account to log into Smartsheet You can log into Smartsheet using your work account anywhere you see this icon Smartsheet administrators can also requirthat all users access Smartsheet with their work account Authenticate using your credentials Give Smartsheet permission to access your user profile and check your inbox for a confirmation email Click Confirm and go directly to Smartsheet, where you can start from a blank sheet, import data from Excel or Project or use a pre-built template You can also attach or link Office 365 files to Smartsheet Access Smartsheet at any time from the app launcher alongside all the apps you use every day To learn more about Smartsheet's integration with Microsoft Visit

Simplify Smartsheet user access and security with integration to Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. Microsoft and Smartsheet worked closely together to preintegrate Smartsheet with Azure Active Directory to help you better manage the cost and complexity of password security in your organization.

Key Features:

  • Single sign on - Sign on to or sign up for Smartsheet using your work credentials authenticated to Azure Active Directory.
  • Office 365 app launcher - Launch Smartsheet from a single point of access in Office 365 alongside all apps you use daily.
  • IT control - Smartsheet administrators can optionally require all account members to authenticate using company credentials via Azure Active Directory.

How to get it:

  • To sign on to Smartsheet using your work credentials authenticated to Azure Active Directory, follow instructions in our Help Center article
  • To add Smartsheet to the Office 365 App Launcher, follow instructions in the Microsoft Office 365 article

Contact a Smartsheet representative to learn more about using Smartsheet with Microsoft Azure Active Directory.