Applies to

  • Pro
  • Business
  • Enterprise

Sign in or sign out of Smartsheet

Signing in and out of Smartsheet: direct, SSO, third-parties, and enterprise methods


  • Smartsheet
  • Pro
  • Business
  • Enterprise

There are several ways to sign into Smartsheet. You might sign into Smartsheet directly, use SSO (single sign-on), or use a third-party credential service. 

Sign into Smartsheet directly

Go to Smartsheet at

You may also check Remember me for your information to be kept in the cache.

To sign in with your company account (Enterprise plans only)

If your organization has this capability enabled, you can access Smartsheet via the Your Company Account button at You may be required to enter your sign-in credentials. After authentication, you’ll be able to access Smartsheet. 

To change regions: 

  1. At the bottom of the sign-in window, next to Smartsheet Region, select the down arrow. 
  2. From the dropdown, select the region you want to use. If you don't have access to a particular region, your credentials will not work. 

Sign in with Google (Gmail or Google Apps) or Microsoft (Office 365 for Business)

If you use Gmail, Google Apps, or Office 365 for your business email address in Smartsheet, select Google or Microsoft.

If you aren't already signed into Google or Microsoft Office 365, provide your account information and grant Smartsheet permission to use your credentials. 

Things to know

  • The first time you sign in with this method, you will need to validate your email. Check your inbox for instructions. 
  • Smartsheet doesn't receive or store your Google or Microsoft Office 365 credentials.
  • Azure AD Work Account requires using your SMTP email address as your primary email address in Smartsheet.

Sign in with your Apple ID

You can use your Apple ID to sign into Smartsheet. For more details, see Sign in with Apple: Frequently Asked Questions.

Sign out of Smartsheet

Select Account in the lower-left corner of the Smartsheet window and then select Sign Out.

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