Access to this feature can change based on your Quickbase plan. Learn more about feature availability and plans in Quickbase Plans and Pricing.
As a realm admin, you can set specific password policies across all your Quickbase accounts and applications.
Note: Your users can sign in to Quickbase using your organization's network login and password if you set up SAML authentication for your realm.
To set your realm's password policy:
On the My Apps page, click Manage name_of_realm, then click the Policies tab.
Set the following options in the Password policies section of the page:
Set minimum length. You can set a minimum length for passwords to require your users to create a longer and more secure password. The allowed range is 7-64 characters.
Expire passwords. Click the dropdown and select the time interval at which you'll require users to create a new password. Choose Never if you want to adopt a "no-expiration" password policy. You can also require a change every 60, 90, 120, 180, or 360 days.
Set size of password store. You can choose the number of original passwords users must create before repeating an old password and enter that number in the Size of password store field. You can enter a value between 1 and 24. (Note: If you've specified that passwords should never expire, you cannot set this value.)
Require mixed case. Quickbase passwords are case-sensitive. Passwords with mixed case are less predictable and therefore more secure. Check this box to force users to combine capitals with lowercase letters.
Require special characters. When a user creates or changes a password, the new password requires at least one standard special character. See the table below for a list of characters.
Require security question for password reset. Check this box to require users to answer a security question before resetting their password.
Note: Each user must change their password individually. If your password policy change requires a password change when passwords expire, Quickbase will require a password reset.
List of special characters
Below is a list of special characters used with the Require special characters option above.
|space||A space is an acceptable special character|
|#||Number sign (hash)|
|`||Grave accent (backtick)|
||||Vertical bar (pipe)|