The localization management platform POEditor offers multiple login options, which you can find listed below.
Email and password login
The most "traditional" option to sign in is using an email address and password. In case you forgot your password (or don't have one, because you initially signed in with a 3rd party account), you can get a new password here.
Click on the envelope icon in the login page and you'll be able to sign in to your account using a code received on email. No password required!
Sign in with a 3rd party account
You can sign in to the POEditor localization platform using an account registered with the following services:
Note that the 3rd party account and the POEditor account need to use the same email address for you to be able to sign in using that account.
SAML-based SSO authentication
Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication method that allows a user to log in with a single ID to any independent software systems.
If SSO is enabled for your POEditor organization, all the users who are part of the designated team will be able to authenticate to POEditor via the registered identity provider.
Bonus: 2FA authentication
If you want, you can enable to two-factor authentication on your POEditor account. You can do this from your Account Settings, and you'll be asked for an extra code when you sign in.