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Auth0 Is Moving to Discourse for Blog Comments

Auth0 is moving to Discourse for blog comments in an attempt to better serve readers with queries, with the combined knowledge from their developer community

November 26, 2018

What's Happening?

We’re just finishing up the process of switching away from DISQUS to use an embedded version of our Discourse forum based Auth0 Community on the blog.

Auth0 now uses Discourse for blog comments

This means that, instead of using DISQUS at the bottom of blog posts for readers to provide feedback and ask questions, we’ll be using Discourse instead.

Engaging our authors and readers in the community will benefit everyone in the long run. The community is quickly fulfilling its goal to become a valuable source of knowledge for developers using Auth0. It makes sense to further focus our efforts on that resource, instead of leaving valuable questions and answers isolated on the blog pages.

What About My Existing Questions?

Existing blog posts will continue to display and use DISQUS for the foreseeable future. So only future questions will require you to log in.

What Do I Need to Do?

Nothing, really. As a frequent reader, you could sign up ahead of time, for the Auth0 Community.

About Auth0

Auth0 by Okta takes a modern approach to customer identity and enables organizations to provide secure access to any application, for any user. Auth0 is a highly customizable platform that is as simple as development teams want, and as flexible as they need. Safeguarding billions of login transactions each month, Auth0 delivers convenience, privacy, and security so customers can focus on innovation. For more information, visit

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