Learn about managing and switching organizations in Experience Cloud.
An organization (Org ID) is the entity that enables an administrator to configure groups and users, and to control single sign-on in the Experience Cloud. The organization functions like a log-in company that spans all the Experience Cloud products and applications. Most often, an organization is your company name. However, a company can have many organizations.
To verify that you have logged in to your correct organization, click on your profile avatar to see organization name. If you have access to more than one organization, you can also view and switch to another organization right in the header bar.
If your organization uses Federated IDs, Experience Cloud allows you to sign in with your organization’s single sign-on without being required to enter your email address and password. Add
#/sso:@domain to the Experience Cloud URL (
https://experience.adobe.com) to accomplish this task.
For example, for an organization with Federated IDs and the domain
adobecustomer.com, set your URL link to
https://experience.adobe.com/#/sso:@adobecustomer.com. You can also go directly to a specific application by bookmarking this URL, appended with the application path. (For example, for Adobe Analytics,
You can locate your assigned organization ID for support purposes. You can verify that you are in the correct organization, or switch between organizations, using the Organization menu.
The organization ID is the ID associated with your provisioned Experience Cloud company. This ID is a 24-character alphanumeric string, followed by (and must include)
You can view your organization ID, along with other account information, using a the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+i from any page at
To view your organization ID
In Experience Cloud, press Ctrl+i on your keyboard.
Under User Information, look for Current Org ID, and you will see the organization ID.
Alternatively, administrators can log into the Admin Console (Navigate to https://adminconsole.adobe.com) and view your organization ID in the URL.
For example, in the following URL:
The ID is:
Typically, Experience Cloud administrators grant access to applications and services. In rare circumstances, you can link application credentials to an Adobe ID.
Follow the steps in your email invitation to the Experience Cloud.
Log in using your Adobe ID or Enterprise ID.
Select the application selector. ( ).
The applications to which you have access are colored.
Select the desired application.
This type of message displays if you are part of the appropriate group (and have permission to the application) but have not yet linked your account credentials to your Adobe ID.
Select Link Account, then provide your credentials.
You can specify a default organization and landing page to use when you log in.
In your profile, select Edit Profile.
Under Default Organization & Landing Page, you can customize your log-in experience.
Help on problems that arise from account linking.
Typically, account linking fails because the Adobe ID is linked to a previous user. When account linking fails, you can: