Automatically group accounts into identities
As accounts are synced from different services, they are automatically grouped into identities by email.
Identities make it simpler to track which accounts are used by which person, and make onboarding and offboarding easy.
With just a single link, new team members can provide all the account details needed to give them access to the services they’ll use.
No more back-and-forth, sending usernames and other account details over email.
Once you’ve reviewed the information, most integrations can immediately create or add the requested accounts. For integrations that don’t support account creation or are set to Read-Only, we provide links directly to the relevant admin pages.
When a team member leaves, you can disable all of their access with a single click, or selectively disable individual accounts from within RoleUp.
For integrations that don’t support user modification via RoleUp, we provide links that take you directly to the relevant admin page.
No LDAP, no SAML, no SCIM, no complex identity provider configuration.
All of our integrations use OAuth or API keys and can be set up in seconds with a few clicks.
You can configure integrations as Read/Write, or Read-Only if you want to restrict access.
And when you want to remove an integration, a single click will disconnect it, revoke any associated permissions, and wipe all of it’s data from our systems.
Onboard in Slack
Start the onboarding process with a single command.
Once run, the command creates pending accounts to hold the details for the new accounts you’ll be creating for your teammates.
By sharing the public link, new or existing users can securely provide account details (usernames, first and last, phone numbers, emails) without having to create a RoleUp account.
When you’re done, you can create all the accounts for most integrations directly in RoleUp.
Offboard in Slack
When a someone leaves a team or just doesn’t need access anymore, a single command will present options for offboarding.
Most integrations support removing accounts directly from Slack, and those that don’t provide links to the relevant admin pages.