A New Consistent Login Experience

Jun 3, 2019  |  Katelyn Renner

Starting on July 9th, the process to log in to Flexmls is being standardized across all platforms. For users, this change will make the login process consistent, no matter which product they’re using. For the MLS, this change will make it easier to accommodate single sign-on integrations.


Coming July 9: Changes to Mobile Apps
If you log in to Flexmls Mobile Web or the Flexmls Pro iOS and Android apps, your login experience will change on July 9.

Note: Be sure to download the latest version of the app (iOS or Android) to get the best experience.

What Will Change
Currently, when logging in to the Flexmls Pro apps or mobile website, you enter your username and password on a single page.

With this change, you will enter your username, click Next, then enter your password and click Log In.


Coming July 9: Changes to Flexmls Web (Custom Login Pages)
If you log in to Flexmls Web through a custom login page with your MLS logo, your login experience will change on July 9.

What Will Change
Currently, when logging in to Flexmls Web, you enter your username and password on a single page.

With this change, you will enter your username, click Next, then enter your password and click Log In.


Changes to Flexmls Web (Standard Login Page)
Changes coming soon. Stay tuned for an announcement of the specific date.

 

What Will Change
Currently, when logging in to Flexmls Web, you enter your username and password on the flexmls.com home page.

When this change occurs, the flexmls.com home page will be updated with a new look and new resources. You’ll click the Log In button on the home page to access Flexmls.

Then you will enter your username and password on separate pages, just like in the mobile apps.

Why Are We Making These Changes
Separating the entry of user names and passwords enables Flexmls to support more options for single sign-on, which improves security and makes it easier for your MLS to integrate third-party apps into Flexmls. This change is also part of a larger effort to create a more consistent Flexmls experience across pages and devices.