Use BriefCatch with Microsoft SSO

Applies to: BriefCatch 3, Enterprise

Last Updated: Dec 21, 2023

Please Note: Microsoft SSO requires a version of Word that uses IdentityAPI 1.3. You can review the Identity API requirement sets article from Microsoft for more information.

If you don't see the Sign in with Microsoft button in the app, then your version of Word does not meet the minimum requirements to use Microsoft SSO.

You can use Microsoft Single Sign-On (SSO) to simplify the process of creating and accessing your account. By using Microsoft SSO, you will create a BriefCatch 3 account using your existing Microsoft account. This is the account that you're signed in as to use Microsoft Word. With Microsoft SSO active, you won't have to remember or enter a separate email address or password to use BriefCatch 3.

If you haven't yet installed BriefCatch 3, you can reference our install guide for help.

How to Use Microsoft Single-Sign On

Open the app and click on Sign in with Microsoft. This will create your BriefCatch 3 account using your current Microsoft account.


Continue with the account creation process by clicking Start Free Trial, to activate your BriefCatch 7-day free trial. If you have an organization signup code to register under your organization's enterprise license, enter it and click Register.


That's it! You now have access to BriefCatch 3!


Any time you need to access your account, just click the Sign in with Microsoft button and you will be automatically logged in.