Logging in to so many websites can be a pain. We tried to make it easier for you to access the EV Hub by linking it to your work account (if your organization uses Microsoft Office 365). We also let you login using a custom username and password for the EV Hub. You can use your LinkedIn or Twitter accounts too.
If you’re trying to use your Microsoft login and are unable to access to the site, we can help you figure it out.
How do I know if my organization uses Office 365? The easiest way to find out if your organization uses Office 365 is to type in your email address in the login screen and see if your organization’s sign-in page pops up. If so, you should be able to type in your work password and be granted access to the EV Hub.
Is your email address tied to an Office 365 account and can you still access your work account? If so, let us know and we can try to fix things up for you. Typically, we can fix this by simply removing and re-adding you to the Office 365 Group. If your organization won’t allow you to use your work email address to login for whatever reason, we’re glad to link your access the EV Hub to a different email address of your choice. Let us know and we can invite you to the Office 365 Group through that email address or create a custom login for you (firstname.lastname@example.org), whichever is easier.
If your organization doesn’t use Office 365, we can create a create a custom login for you (email@example.com) or you can link your work email address to a Microsoft account. If you use an @atlaspolicyguest.com login or your own Microsoft account, you can reset your password here. Let us know if you have any trouble.
No matter how you login, we’ll only reach out to you through the email address on your profile page.