To keep your team’s SurveyMonkey accounts up to date with information stored in an identity provider (IdP), such as Azure Active Directory, you can link the systems using the System for Cross-Domain Identity Management (SCIM). This helps your IT department keep track of accounts across multiple platforms.
When you set up account provisioning with SCIM, some account management features will change. Here’s what will be mapped, synced, and managed for each user in the identity provider:
Primary Admins and Admins will continue to manage the following within SurveyMonkey:
Only the Primary Admin can set up SCIM provisioning for your organization. To make sure SCIM is a good fit for your IdP, the Primary Admin should check in with their SurveyMonkey Customer Success Manager (CSM) and their organization’s IT department.
Once the team is aligned, the Primary Admin can:
Your organization’s IT partner will use the SCIM endpoint link and access token during set up of the IdP. They will also need to adjust the default mapping for your team’s needs.
To confirm SCIM is set up properly, your IT partner should manually provision one user through the IdP. Then, have the Primary Admin check the SurveyMonkey Activity page to see if the provision is there.
If you need to disconnect Surveymonkey from your IdP so the systems no longer sync, the Primary Admin can revoke SCIM provisioning. As long as SSO is enabled, there will be no impact to users who have already been synced.
To revoke the SCIM provisioning: