Sign Up for Limeade Listening


Welcome to Limeade Listening! You are probably reading this because you have received an invitation to Limeade Listening and are wondering what to do next. The good news is, you are in the right place. 


Limeade Listening is a third-party suite of tools designed to improve transparency, foster two-way communication between employees and leaders, and leads to a happier workplace. Your leaders have purchased this platform for your company and signing up grants you access to different applications like:


  • Engage: An employee-focused tool that allows you to give leaders at your company feedback by responding to surveys. Additionally, you can give anonymous Suggestions if there is something in the workplace you think can use improvement, anywhere from transparency to resources, and office layout and snacks in the break room.

  • Cheers for Peers: Spread a little sunshine by recognizing fellow employees, business partners, and more with this fun recognition tool.

  • Coach: Enter your goals, reflect on your progress week over week, keep a to-do list, and get the coaching you need from your leaders in your regular 1:1 meetings.

If you have received an email from, rest assured that it is legitimately from Limeade Listening. Just click on the button with the link in the email or respond to the survey question as pictured above to complete the signup process. 


Sign up for Limeade Listening


There are three ways to sign up for Limeade Listening: by using your G Suite or Microsoft account credentials, or by setting a unique password just for Limeade Listening. If you qualify, we recommend you sign up using your Google or Microsoft account to save you time. Advantages include not having to remember a separate Limeade Listening password, quicker sign in each time you visit Limeade Listening, and password protection from those third-party providers like periodic password resets. 



If your company uses G Suite, you can sign up for Limeade Listening using that account. Just click Sign in with Google and go through the quick verification so we know it is you. Limeade Listening will then pull in your name and sync your password so you do not have to enter them manually.

Understand that you must use the same G Suite account to sign up for Limeade Listening in which you received the Limeade Listening invite email (this is typically your work email address). So if you have a personal Gmail account, but a non-G Suite work email address, you will not be able to take advantage of this integration. 


Sign up with a Microsoft account

If you have a work email address with Microsoft Office 365, Azure Cloud Services, Outlook, or Live, you can sign up for Limeade Listening using that password as well. Click Sign in with Microsoft and you will be good to go after the verification check. Skip manually entering your name and password because Limeade Listening will pull that information from your Microsoft account. 


Same as with the Google integration, the account you were invited to Limeade Listening with has to match your Microsoft account in order to sign up successfully. If you have a personal Microsoft account (Office 365, Live, etc.), you will not be able to register it with Limeade Listening.


Please note that if your company leverages any third-party SSO application (like LogMeIn, Okta, OneLogIn, etc) in addition to Microsoft Enterprise software, then you will not be able to use that account to sign up with Limeade Listening. Please contact your local administrator for more information. 


Set a unique Limeade Listening password 

If you do not have a qualifying Google or Microsoft email address, no problem! Just enter your first and last name, and password. Click Submit and you are in! 


Now you will be able to access Limeade Listening at any time by going directly to and entering your email address and password. Log in at any time to give an anonymous Suggestion, send a Cheer, or access your Coach account to update your goals or to-do lists. 

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