Zulip offers three ways to log in: e-mail and password, Google credentials, and GitHub credentials. Your organization's administrator may choose to enable or disable any of these options. So don't worry if your login page doesn't have some of the options described here!
Logging in with your email address
You can log into your Zulip organization using your email address by following a few simple steps.
In the field labeled Email, enter the email address that you used to sign up for Zulip. Please note that the Email field is case-sensitive.
If you've forgotten which email you used to sign up for Zulip, you can try searching your email accounts for the e-mail you received when you first signed up. The subject line is "Welcome to Zulip".
In the field labeled Password, enter your password. Please note that the Password field is case-sensitive.
If you've forgotten your password, see the Change your password page for instructions on how to reset it.
Logging in with your Google account
If your organization has enabled Google authentication, you can log into Zulip using your Google account by following a few simple steps.
Click the Log in with Google button located under the Login button and Forgot your password? link.
If you are not signed into a Google account, Google will ask you to enter the credentials to your Google account.
If you're logging into Zulip with a Google account for the first time, you will be taken to a page titled Request for permission.
Zulip requires knowledge of your email address and basic profile info, such as your name, for login purposes.
Click the Allow button to finish your Google login.
If you click the Deny button, Zulip cannot finish logging you in, and you will be redirected to the Zulip login page.
Logging in with your GitHub account
If your organization has enabled GitHub authentication, you can log into Zulip using your GitHub account by following a few simple steps.
Click the Log in with GitHub button located under the Log in with Google button.
If you are not logged into a GitHub account, GitHub will ask you to enter the credentials for your GitHub account.
If you're logging into Zulip with a GitHub account for the first time, you will be taken to a page titled Authorize application.
Zulip requires user data such as your email address and name for login purposes.
Click the green Authorize application button to finish your GitHub login.