ID Token Structure
However, beyond what is required for JWT, ID Tokens also contain claims asserted about the authenticated user, which are pre-defined by the OpenID Connect (OIDC) protocol, and are thus known as standard OIDC claims. Some standard OIDC claims include:
For a full list of standard OIDC claims, see OIDC specification: Standard Claims.
You control which OIDC claims are included in the ID Token consumed by your application by including specific OpenID Connect Scopes in a parameter when you request tokens while authenticating users. To learn how to request an ID Token, see Get ID Tokens.