Quickbase Login: The Ultimate Guide

12.09.23 12:19 AM By Justin


Navigating the Quickbase login process is the doorway to the custom workflows and dashboards that Quickbase offers. Whether you're a seasoned user or a newbie, knowing the login process ensures a smooth start to your tasks. Here's a step-by-step guide to help:

Accessing the Login Page

  • Direct Link: Visit https://login.quickbase.com/db/main?a=SignIn in your browser. (Don't forget to add a bookmark)
  • Quickbase Website: If you're on Quickbase's website, look for the 'Login' button at the top right corner of the page. Clicking on it will redirect you to the login page.

Entering your Credentials

  • Email address or username: In the first field, enter the email address associated with your Quickbase account. Double check that you're using the correct email, especially if you have multiple.
  • Password: In the second field, type in your password. Passwords are case-sensitive, so make sure your Caps Lock is off.
  • Click the 'Login' or 'Sign In' button when done.

Using Two-Factor

  • If your company has two-factor (2FA) enabled, you'll need to enter a code after logging in.
  • After you receive the code in your email, enter it on the next page.

Setting Up and Using Password Managers with Quickbase

  • Password managers can help you store and fill in your login details automatically. If you're using one, make sure it works with Quickbase.
  • When you visit the Quickbase login page, your password manager should fill in the fields for you. If not, you can manually select the saved login from the browser extension.
  • Keep your password manager up to date to prevent pesky bugs.

Best Practices for Secure Quickbase Login

Your Quickbase realm can be a source of sensitive data, and should be well guarded. Here are some best practices to ensure you're secure:

Update your Password

  • Aim to update your password every 3-6 months. Regular updates make it harder for malicious users to gain access.
  • Avoid reusing the same password. Try to use a new password every time you change it.

Using Strong and Unique Passwords

  • Your password should be a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. The more complex, the harder it is to crack.
  • Aim for a password that's at least 12 characters long.
  • Try not to use easily guessable words, like "password" "admin" or "Quickbase". Consider using a passphrase or a combination of words.

Shared Logins and Why They're Risky

  • Audit Trails: When multiple users share the same login, it can be hard to track who made changes to a record.
  • Revocation: When an user no longer needs access, revoking shared login credentials can be a problem. You have to change the password for everyone, which interrupts work.


  • Consider using a password manager to keep track of your passwords. These tools create and store tough to crack passwords for you.
  • Remember to log out of your Quickbase account when using a public or shared device.
  • Enable two-factor auth for extra security.
  • Avoid saving login information on shared devices.