This is an Early Access feature. To enable it, use the Early Access Feature Manager as described in Manage Early Access and Beta features .
Use Okta First Party Applications
Okta has several first party applications that are available by default for each Okta instance. Additionally, you can now add app-based sign-on policies for all first party apps to allow or restrict access to first party applications. Learn about sign-on policies for applications here.
- Okta End-User Dashboard
- Okta Browser Plugin
- Okta Admin Console
View your supported apps
Use the following steps to view a list of your first party applications.
- From the Admin Dashboard, select Applications
- Use the searchbar to find your application.
Sign On Policies for First Party apps
You can now modify sign on policies for the New Okta End-User experience to limit access to the New Okta End-User experience for some or all of your users. If you are currently using an old version of either app, you must create a sign on policy for the Okta End User Dashboard app and the Okta Browser Plugin app to grant users and groups access to the new dashboard and plugin. If you do not create this new policy, you will not be able to enable the new dashboard and plugin for your users.
See our New End User Experience deployment guide to see our best practices.
By default, the Okta Admin Console sign on policy requires multifactor authentication for administrators. If an org's sign-on policy already requires multifactor authentication, the admin won't be prompted a second time.
You cannot manage your admins from the Admin Console application. To manage your admins, please continue to use the Administrators page under Security.