How to verify your organization domain

Verifying your organization domain (the URL at the end of your organization emails) lets you get the most out of Nulab Pass’s security and account management features including adding and editing Managed Accounts and updating existing non-Managed Accounts.

In this guide, we’ll go over:

  • Benefits of domain verification
  • How domain verification works
  • How to verify your domain

Benefits of domain verification

Domain verification enables organization admins to add members as Managed Accounts. These accounts:

  • Provide organizations with more security and control by authenticating through the identity provider (IdP) and allowing admins to add, edit, and delete accounts.
  • Enable members to log into all their Nulab products with single sign-on (SSO).

How domain verification works

We’ll use the Example Global to explain how domain verification works. Example Global owns two domains: and Once they verify both domains, member emails with those domains can be added as or updated to Managed Accounts. Those members can then log into the Example Global organization and access all their Nulab products with SSO.

Members without verified domain emails can still be invited to the Example Global organization with a non-Managed Account. They can log in using their email and password and can manage their own account.

How to verify your domain 

Verify a single or multiple domains for your organization. You can use the same domains across different organizations.

  • Go to your organization settings.
  • Select “Domains” from the menu on the left.
  • Copy the verification code from section 1 (this is issued when you sign up for a Nulab Pass trial or plan).
  • Add the code to the DNS records for the domain you want to verify.
  • Enter the domain to be verified in section 2.
  • Select “Verify.”
  • Once added, the verified domain is listed under “Your domains.”

To maintain the verification, don’t delete the DNS records after verification. If the verification doesn’t work, wait and try again. If changes were made to the DNS records, the domain verification may be delayed.

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