If your organization uses Calendly, it is important to have as much oversight as possible. This will allow you to standardize security protocols, billing invoices, and department procedures. Domain control settings help employees find and join their teammates in Calendly. It also prevents them from working in isolated company accounts that admins can’t see.
You can expect:
- Complete account visibility: Review any existing accounts associated with your domain.
- Faster onboarding and fewer support tickets: Send employees to your Enterprise account. This way, it is already set up with what they need (Managed events, Salesforce integrations, etc.)
- Secure and scalable scheduling: Ensure users follow your IT policies (like single sign-on) and all company activity stays in one auditable location.
Secure your domain and standardize your account
Prevent unapproved accounts
Enabling domain control prevents the creation of new accounts without approval. Once turned on, new users using your domain in Calendly will need to request access. The request will need approval before the user takes further action.
Control over access
With our domain control options, you can direct requests to join to a specific person, email, or URL. You can also lock the domain from use, denying any new users from signing up with it.
Domain control articles
|How to set up domain control||Instructions on how to set up domain control in your organization. Will include the steps for each domain provider.|
|Domain control FAQs||Some frequently asked questions around domain control.|
|Domain control: the user experience||A description of what to expect as a user when domain control is enabled.|
|Managing users outside of your Calendly organization||How to handle users that are outside of your organization and using your controlled domain.|
|An overview of SAML single sign-on for your organization||General overview of single sign-on (SSO) and Calendly. You must have SSO enabled to enable domain control.|