Dashboard Overview

The dashboard is where you manage all aspects of your Auth0 account and configuration.

Auth0 Dashboard Homepage

It consists of several sections which you can navigate using the sidebar menu on your left.

Configure your implementation

The matrix that follows offers a brief overview of the different dashboard screens and what you can do on each.

Screen What can I do here?
 Dashboard

This is the dashboard home page. Here you can view statistics about your apps: the login activity for the past year, the logins and new signups for the past week, a list of the latest signups, and more. More docs on the dashboard.

 Clients

Use this page to manage your clients. For every app of yours that you want to use Auth0, you should register a client here. You can create new clients, view your existing ones, review settings, enable connections, and more. More info on clients.

 APIs

Use this page to manage your APIs. Here you can register a new API of yours, that you want to secure with Auth0, and manage your existing ones. More info on APIs.

 SSO Integrations

Single Sign On (SSO) Integrations enable the use of external services for single sign-on. In this page you can see a list of the available external services that you can use, such as Office 365, Salesforce, and others. Here you can create a new SSO integration, find tutorials on how to configure it, and review and update the settings of a particular integration. More info on SSO Integrations.

 Connections

Use this page to manage the identity providers that you use to login to your apps. There are four types:

  • Database: securely store and manage username / password credentials either in an Auth0 Database or in your own. To connect to an existing database you can use JavaScript scripts (we provide the templates) that run on Auth0's server on every authentication. Furthermore, you can migrate an existing legacy credentials database to Auth0 gradually as users authenticate (no password reset required). More info on Database Connections.
  • Social: configure social connections like Facebook, Twitter, Github and others, so that you can let your users login with them. More info on individual social providers.
  • Enterprise: configure Enterprise Connections like Active Directory, SAML, Office 365 and others so that you can let your users login with them. This way your users can use their enterprise credentials to login to your app. More info on individual enterprise providers.
  • Passwordless: let your users signup and login using one-time codes (delivered by email or SMS) or one-click links, instead of passwords. More info on Passwordless.
 Users

This is where you manage your user's identities. In this page you can view your user's profiles, create new ones, perform password resets, block and delete users, and many more. You can also use this page to log in as any of your users in order to reproduce any issues that they report and debug your application. More info on User Management.

 Rules

Here you can configure custom JavaScript snippets that are executed in Auth0 as part of the transaction every time a user authenticates to your application. You can call external APIs, filter which users can login to your application, use a whitelist, geolocated access or anything. More information on Rules.

 Hooks

Here you can configure Node.js code that is executed against extensibility points (which are comparable to webhooks that come with a server). This way you can customize the behavior of Auth0 when you use Database Connections. More info on Hooks.

 Multifactor Auth

Use this page to configure Multifactor Authentication (MFA) for your apps. This way you can add an additional factor to conventional logins to prevent unauthorized access. You can use Push Notifications, SMS or both. More info on MFA.

 Hosted Pages

Here you can create a login page where you can redirect to authenticate your users. The page can be customized with HTML and CSS and will be hosted by Auth0. By using centralized authentication, your app will be more secure and you will be able to implement SSO very easily. Except for the login, you can also add pages for the Password Reset process, MFA, and error pages. More info on Hosted Pages.

 Emails

Here you can configure the email templates for verification emails, welcome emails, change password emails, and more. You can also configure a custom SMTP email provider which is a requirement for production purposes. Auth0 does offer a built-in email infrastructure but it should be used for testing purposes only. More info on emails.

 Logs

In this page you can view log data of both actions taken in the dashboard by the administrators, as well as authentications made by your users. More info on logs.

 Anomaly Detection

Here you can configure extra layers of security by enabling shields​ that protect you and your users against different types of attacks and user access anomalies. This is not available for free accounts and does require the purchase of an addon to your Auth0 subscription. More info on anomaly detection.

 Extensions

In this page you can see a list of pre-built addons that we have created for you. You can use them to extend the functionality of the Auth0 base product. You can enable extensions in order to import or export users, export logs to external services, expose the Users dashboard to a group of users (without allowing them access to the rest of the dashboard), manage user authorization, and more. More info on extensions.

 Get Support

The last screeen navigates you to our Support Center. The alternative to users that do not have access to support services is the Auth0 Community. More info on support options.

Manage your account

On the top right you can see your tenant's name and icon, and a little arrow. This arrow displays a drop-down menu that you can use to configure different aspects of your account:

  • Switch tenant: If you have multiple tenants you can use this option to switch between them. All configuration described in the previous paragraph is per tenant (if I create a client for tenant-A I will not see it listed for tenant-B), so if you have more than one tenants you will find this option handy.

  • Settings: Here you can configure several aspects of your tenant. For more info see Tenant Settings in the Auth0 Dashboard.

  • Invite Users to this tenant: Use this option to add another person as admin to your tenant configuration. For more info see Manage Admins in the Dashboard.

  • Create tenant: Use this to create a new tenant.

  • View profile: Use this to view information about your account profile.

  • Subscription overview: This option navigates you to our Account Center where you can see information about your subscription and your tenants.

  • Logout: Logout from your account.

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