# Overview of Console

The console is where you manage and configure all Authing resources. This article will help you learn to use the Authing console to increase productivity!

In Authing console (opens new window), you can configure and modify Authing resources, users and other information.

Overview of Console

The following will from top to bottom introduce each module of the console:

Module name What can I do here?

Application entrance:

  1. Login box;
  2. Add login method;
  3. Integrated application;

Check the user's login status, such as:

  1. Total number of users;
  2. The number of users added today;
  3. The number of users who registered and logged in within seven days, etc.;

You can also view user activity in the past year in the form of a heat map.


Here you can create and manage applications, such as:

  1. Integrate the OIDC protocol for the application
  2. Integrate the OAuth 2.0 protocol for the application
  3. Integrate the SAML protocol for the application
  4. Modify the default page display configuration, add custom CSS
  5. Configure multi-factor authentication.
Connect to the identity source

You can connect to a third-party identity source here, such as:

  1. Configure social login
  2. Connect to corporate identity sources (OIDC, SAML, office applications such as DingTalk Enterprise WeChat)
User Management

Here you can manage all users in the system, such as:

  1. View/modify the user’s basic information;
  2. View login history, login location and original JSON data;
  3. Set up user groups and user roles;
  4. Create an organization.
Permission Management

Here you can focus on resources, based on PBAC (policy model) for fine-grained authority management, such as:

  1. View and add resources
  2. View and add strategies
  3. Authorization strategies for users, roles, groups, and organizations
Developer resources

Find the API, SDK, etc. needed for development

  1. API;
  2. Quick integration;
  3. Web UI;
  4. SDK;
Expanding capabilities

Pipeline, Webhook, and custom password functions enhance the flexibility and scalability of the authentication process

  1. Pipeline;
  2. Webhook;
  3. Custom password function.
Audit log

You can view user operation logs and administrator logs here.


Edit or delete the user pool, modify the configuration of the message service

  1. User pool information;
  2. Safety information;
  3. Message service;
  4. Extension field;
  5. Collaboration Administrator;

# Application

# Application List

# Application details

Here you can configure OIDC protocol, configure OAuth2.0 protocol, configure SAML protocol, modify application display configuration, etc.:

# Connect social login

Web Social Connections Mobile Social Connections Wechat Mini Program

# Connect identity source

Authing can connect to social login, OIDC identity source, SAML identity source, and office applications (such as DingTalk, corporate WeChat).

# Connect to OIDC Identity Source

# Connect SAML Identity Source

# Connect corporate identity source (office application)

# User Management

# user list

user list

# User details

# Role Management

Configure user permissions

# Group Management

Group management

# organization


# authority management

# Resource Management

# Strategy Management

# Policy authorization management

# Developer Resources

Developer Resources You can find necessary information such as API and SDK for development on the developer resources page

Developer resources

# Expandability

Authing's Pipeline, Webhook, and custom password functions greatly enhance the flexibility in the authentication process, and empower users to automate complex scenarios.

# Pipeline

# Webhook

# Customize password strength and encryption function

# Audit log

You can view recent users