Web access on any device requires login each time. Using Google Apps for Education, the login process is easy. The iOS/Android apps have an initial setup with several steps but once setup, the app remains authenticated for quick access.
Scroll to the section Web Access for the instructions on how to login to Remedyforce using Google Apps for Education. Scroll further down to the iOS and Android App section to see the one-time setup instructions for the apps.
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Web Access(scroll down for iOS/Android app instructions)
https://essd40.my.salesforce.com page and/or place a shortcut on the desktop (if one is not already there).
Follow this link https://essd40.my.salesforce.com to access the self-service portal. At the landing page, select Google Apps for Education.
iOS and Android AppRemedyforce is built on the Salesforce1 platform. Therefore the app to download and install is named Salesforce1. Download the iOS app from the Apple Play Store and the Android App from the Google Play Store.
Several steps are required for the initial app setup. The good news is that these are one time only steps.
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Find the downloaded app on the device home page and open it. The very first time the app is opened, the EULA is presented. Agree to it to move forward.
At the custom domain page which will have the Technology Department logo at the top, select the Google Apps for Education option at the bottom of the screen.
The next screen presents the Allow Access request. This screen is customized for the iOS or Android platform so the image at right may not match exactly. Select Allow.
The end screen is the Self Service screen.
As long as you do not sign out of the app, you will always see this screen each time you open the app after this initial setup.