New Universal Login vs. Classic Universal Login

If you decide to authenticate users with Auth0's Universal Login, you have a choice of two implementations:

  • New Universal Login offers a simpler and faster experience for end-users. All current and future Universal Login development work goes into the New Universal Login only. However, some Classic Universal Login features are not yet available in New Universal Login.

  • Classic Universal Login uses JavaScript controls for each page. Auth0 no longer adds new features to the Classic Universal Login.

This table compares features between the two:

Feature New Universal Login Classic Universal Login
Adopt new features without changing HTML Yes No
Ongoing development and new feature additions Yes No
Lightweight HTML Yes No
JavaScript required No Yes
Customization Yes, using page templates or the No-Code Editor Yes, using HTML, and only for login, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and password reset pages
No-Code solution Yes, using the No-Code Editor No
Passwordless authentication Yes Yes, with SMS or Email
Email magic link No Yes
Passkeys Yes No
WebAuthn and device biometrics Yes No
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Compliance Yes No
Organizations support Yes No
Terms of service acceptance on signup No Yes
Custom fields on signup No Yes
Full localization Yes, in these languages Only for the login page
Customizable localized text on all pages Yes No
Email MFA Yes No
Voice MFA Yes No
Duo MFA Yes, but Duo must be the only MFA factor enabled Yes
MFA customization with Actions Yes No
Buttons for enterprise connections Yes No
Ability to disable self-service password recovery Yes Yes
Custom URLs for password reset and user signup Yes, using page templates and a custom-built password reset or signup page Yes
Kerberos support for AD/LDAP connections No Yes
Requires exposing identity provider domains in a public endpoint No Yes

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