February Updates

Test SSO, organization auth policies, profile pictures from OAuth providers, and why Hypercare migrated from Auth0

Introducing Test SSO

Your staging environment now includes a Test SSO page and comes pre-configured with the Test Organization that is connected to the WorkOS Test Identity Provider. Use the Test Identity Provider to easily validate the user experience of various login scenarios, including service provider-initiated, identity provider-initiated, guest email domains, and error responses.

Test SSO works both with the standalone SSO API and AuthKit/User Management.

Learn more about Test SSO →

Organization auth policies

Organizations can now customize authentication policies for its members. This gives greater control to your customers to match your application’s authentication to their security standards.

Learn more about organization auth policies →

Profile pictures from OAuth providers

User Management will now include OAuth profile pictures as part of the user metadata returned to your application.

Learn more about profile pictures from OAuth providers →

Why Hypercare migrated from Auth0

As Hypercare continued to scale, they searched for a new solution that could support SCIM provisioning, a streamlined admin onboarding flow, and predictable pricing. While the team had been using Auth0 for SSO, consolidating with WorkOS presented a more ideal partnership for future growth.

Learn more about Hypercare's migration story→

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