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Microsoft social sign in

You can enable users to sign up and sign in using their Microsoft credentials. To enable this, you’ll need a Microsoft Azure account and some developer know-how.

Get the Kinde Callback URL

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  1. Sign in to Kinde.
  2. Go to the Settings page and select Authentication.
  3. In the Social connections section, select Add connection.
  4. In the window that opens, select Microsoft, then select Save.
  5. On the Microsoft tile, select the Configure link.
  6. In the Callback URL section:
    1. If you use Kinde’s domain as your default, copy the Kinde domain URL.
    2. If you use a custom domain (and want to use it as the callback) select the Use custom domain instead switch and copy the Custom domain URL.
  7. Use the copied Callback URL to set up the app, see below.

Register a Microsoft app and set up

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  1. Go to your account at
  2. Navigate to Azure Active Directory. You can do this from links on the main screen or in the left side menu.
  3. Select Add+ > App registration.
  4. Enter a name for the app.
  5. Select a Supported account types option. In testing, we selected Accounts in any organizational directory and personal Microsoft accounts.
  6. In the Redirect URI (optional) section, select your app type in the Select a platform dropdown.
  7. Enter the Callback URL from Kinde. The one you copied in the procedure above.
  8. Select Register. Details of your new app appear.
  9. Copy the Application (client) ID and paste it in a text file or somewhere you can easily access it again.
  10. Select Certificates and secrets from the left menu, select + New client secret.
  11. Enter a name and give it an expiry date (or accept the default), then select Add. Details of the secret are generated.
  12. Copy the value in the Value column and paste it in a text file or somewhere you can easily access it again. Make sure you copy from the Value column, not the Secret ID column.

Add Microsoft app credentials to Kinde

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  1. In Kinde, go to Settings > Authentication.
  2. In the Social connections section, select Add connection.
  3. In the window that appears, select Microsoft, then select Save. Microsoft now appears in the Social connections list.
  4. On the Microsoft tile, select Configure.
  5. Paste the Client ID (Application (client) ID) and Client secret value (that you copied from the Value column at step 12 above) into the relevant fields.
  6. Select which applications will allow Microsoft SSO.
  7. Select Save.

Users will now see Microsoft as an option to sign up and sign in to the selected applications.