Configure Advanced Authentication Options
By default, the Looker application authenticates users with an email address and password, but you may also use SAML (including Okta), LDAP, Google Authentication, or OpenID Connect. For enhanced security you can also enable two-factor authentication.
Set Up User Permissions
If you need to, Looker allows you to create roles to manage which users have access to features and data. As your organization expands its Looker usage you can expand these permissioning features as appropriate. When you start with Looker, the default options may be sufficient.
See the Roles, Permission Sets, and Model Sets documentation for more info.
Invite Looker Users
Go to Admin → Settings → Users and click Add Users to add new users and assign their roles. You’ll find more information about the Users page here.