First, let's review the two components that go into creating and logging in to an Intricately account: authentication and identification.

Authentication:

This is how you prove that you're you! Intricately supports two forms of authentication. These take the place of creating and entering a password:

  • Social login: We use your Google, LinkedIn, or Salesforce credentials to authenticate you when activating your account and logging in.

  • Federated Single Sign-On (SSO): If you're an Enterprise user and your company has set up SSO with us, we'll authenticate you using your SSO provider (such as Okta).

Identification:

We use your work email to identify your account and associate you with the appropriate company.

Let's go through the steps of creating a new account.

Are you an Enterprise user? Check out our Enterprise-focused login article here.

Step 1. Activate Your Account

Start by visiting the Intricately login page: my.intricately.com/login . Select an authentication method to activate your account for the first time:

Step 2. Email Verification

You've successfully activated your account and authenticated to Intricately! Next, you need to link your account to your work email.

Why do we need your company email? We use your company email to:

  • Identify you. All Intricately communications, such as billing notifications or competed report exports, will be sent to the work email you provide

  • Associate you with your company. We'll associate you with your company based on your work email domain, granting you access to any company-specific features or discounts.

Enter your company email in the form and click VERIFY:

We'll send a verification email to the company email you entered. (If you don't see the email in your inbox, check your Spam/Junk Mail). Click the VERIFY button in the email, and you'll finalize your account set up!

Step 3. Tell Us About Yourself

Fill out the short onboarding form with some information about your company and role. This allows us to tailor your Intricately experience to you!

And that's it!

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