Customize the social login user experience

You can customize the social media log in experience by rebranding the access request page (see screenshot below) to display your company logo and name. Additionally, if your company has its own portal for application access, you can redirect users to that portal after they log in using their social media credentials.

The high-level procedures for customizing the social media log in experience are:

  1. Use the social media developer toolkit to create a social media application with your organization's branding. You need to create an application for each of the social identity that you want users to have access. Instructions differ based on the social identity:

  2. Use Admin Portal to configure the integration to your social media application (for a branded access request page) and redirect to your company portal (if you have your own portal). See Configure the integration to your social media application.

Create a Facebook application

You need to create a Facebook application if you want users to see your company name and logo when they choose to log in using their Facebook credentials.

Create a Google application

You need to create a Google application if you want users to see your company name and logo when they choose to log in using their Google credentials.

Create a LinkedIn application

You need to create a LinkedIn application if you want users to see your company name and logo when they choose to log in using their LinkedIn credentials.

Create a Microsoft application

You need to create a Microsoft application if you want users to see your company name and logo when they choose to log in using their Microsoft credentials.

The first few steps of this procedure may vary if you already have a Microsoft account and Windows Live ID.

Configure the integration to your social media application

After you have created the social media applications, you now have the necessary information to configure the integration to those applications.