Users encounter this error message if their Office 365 Admins have enabled advanced security settings within Azure Active Directory (Microsoft's cloud-based application access management) to restrict access to third party applications (like Awesome Table) at an Org level. bla
As a Global Administrator with access to Azure A, you can configure these settings to allow user access to Awesome Table.
Go to the Awesome Table website and choose sign in with Microsoft.
1. Sign in with your Administrator account.
2. On the consent screen that appears, select Consent on behalf of your organisation.
3. Click Accept.
You are redirected to the Awesome Table homepage.
Sign in to portal.azure.com with your Administrator account to access the Azure Active Directory admin Center.
Check that you can see the Awesome Table app in Azure Active Directory, under Enterprise Applications.
Step 5 (optional)
As an administrator, you may want to restrict access to Awesome Table for specific users:
1. Click the Awesome Table app in the Azure Active Directory admin Center, under Enterprise Applications.
2. In the Properties tab, set User assignment required to Yes.
3. Click Save.
In the Users and groups tab, add users or groups that should have access to Awesome Table.