Signing into Kissflow

Modified 4 years ago

There are several ways you can access your Kissflow account.

Direct URL

The most direct way to access Kissflow is by entering https://<> in your browser. Kissflow works best in the most recent versions of Chrome and Firefox, but functions on all modern browsers. 

On the sign in page, you can enter the email address and password you set up when you first logged in.

If you’ve forgotten your password, you can click Forgot Password? to set a new one. Your password should meet the following conditions:

  • Include both lower and uppercase characters
  • Include at least one number or symbol
  • Be at least 8 characters long

Depending on your Admin settings, you may also have options for signing in with G Suite, Office 365, or other Single Sign On options.  

Via email

Kissflow will send you email notifications based on your personal settings. From these emails, simply click the View on Kissflow button and you will be taken directly to the item. If you’ve never logged in from that system before, you may be asked to log in again.

Kissflow website

If you go to, you can click the Login button in the upper right side. If you are already logged into Kissflow, you will be directed immediately to your Home tab. Otherwise, you will see a pop up. In the section, Using Kissflow Digital Workplace?, enter your account domain and click Submit. Then enter your email address and password to log in. 

Mobile device

On a mobile device, you can view the feed and take actions for channels and processes. Other features are constantly being added. 

Mobile browser

To access Kissflow on a mobile device, you can use a browser to go directly to your sign in page. 

Mobile app

Kissflow uses Progressive Web App (PWA) technology rather than a native app. It looks, feels, and functions just like a mobile app, but you never have to worry about updating it. 

Click here to know how to install the Kissflow PWA version on your mobile. 

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