Domains are used to decide who can join your organization. They allow new users to run your flows without first being configured, while preventing outsiders from joining.
If a user's email matches a configured domain for your organization, they will automatically join your organization when:
- They interact with the Sym Slack App in your configured workspace
- They log in to
symflowCLI and run any command
That user's primary email will also be used for Identity Discovery when interacting with any Services connected to Sym. For more information on identity, see: Managing User Identity.
Domains only affect automatic user creation!
Users may still be added manually using
symflow users createeven if their email does not match any of the configured domains.
What it does
Lists currently configured domains.
Adds a new domain to your organization
Removes a domain from your organization
$ symflow domains list Your organization's configured domains: - example.com - subdomain.example.com
$ symflow domains add example.com example.com successfully added as a domain.
Use this command to remove a domain. Note that this will not affect any existing users in your organization.
$ symflow domains remove example.com example.com successfully removed as a domain.
Updated 14 days ago