If you are having trouble signing in to Flywheel, follow these troubleshooting steps. Note: Google Chrome is the preferred browser for using Flywheel. It is highly recommended you try these troubleshooting steps using Chrome.
If you have successfully signed in to Flywheel before, try clearing your browser's cookies.
To clear only your CILogon cookies:
Click Reset default CILogon provider. You are redirected to CILogon.
Click Delete All. This removes all of CILogon's cookies.
Refresh your browser, and sign in as normal.
If you have never signed in to Flywheel, verify that the Site Admin of your Flywheel site has added you. If they have, check if the username is correct– your Flywheel username may or may not be your .edu university email, and it is case sensitive.
To verify your Flywheel username:
Navigate to https://test.cilogon.org.
Select your institution from the dropdown list. You are redirected to your institution's sign in page.
If the institution does not appear in the dropdown, contact Flywheel to enable it.
After you successfully sign in, you are redirected to the Flywheel Token Debugger page.
Look for ePPN . This is the username format you should use to sign in to Flywheel. Copy and paste this into Flywheel. The username is case sensitive.
To speed up the support process, you can send authentication debugging information when you contact support:
A Flywheel Site Admin for your institution needs to add you as a user in Flywheel. See our article for more information about how to add users in Flywheel.
If you are using CILogon, verify you are using the correct username using the steps above.
Verify you are using the correct username to sign in. If you are using CILogon, follow the these steps to verify that the username is correct.
If the username is correct or you are not using CILogon, contact Flywheel Support.
Your Flywheel site has been configured to use this method. A Site Admin can contact Flywheel support to add the authentication method.
This means that there are issues connecting to your site. Contact Flywheel support.
This error message comes from the third party authentication application Auth0. This issue is outside of Flywheel’s control. See the Auth0 status site for more information.