Configure general customization settings
Customization settings shape the end-user experience. You can customize basic account management and communication, as well as more advanced features like language settings and themes, sign-in and sign-out pages, and external apps that manage end user information and passwords.
About admin roles for these tasks
Only super admins and org admins can perform these tasks. .In the Admin Console, go to Customizations > Other.
|Configure user account||If you provide external applications where your end users can manage their personal information and passwords, you can add redirect links to them in this section.|
|Configure optional user account fields||End users can enter a secondary address for password reset and account creation notices.
|Configure Okta user communication||Edit this section if you don't want to receive Okta communication requesting user experience feedback. Select Opt out of Okta User Communication for this Org.|
|Enable a deprovisioning workflow||Edit this section if you want to enable the Deprovisioning Task Manager. This task manager tracks all apps that must be manually deprovisioned and lists them on your Admin Dashboard.|
|Enable Just In Time Provisioning||Edit this section if you want to enable Just In Time (JIT) provisioning at the org level for all SAML apps, all AD instances (when Delegated Authentication is selected), and all Desktop Single Sign On configs.|
|Configure the Okta Browser Plugin settings||Manage Okta Browser Plugin installations and upgrades, as well as some browser behaviors.|
|Enable IFrame embedding||Edit this section and select the check box if your org plans to embed Okta in an iFrame.|
|Configure reauthentication settings||By default, end users' authentication expires five minutes after they edit their profile information, change their passwords, or update MFA. Edit this section if you want to change the setting to 15 minutes.|
|Configure display language||Edit this section and use the Language drop-down box to specify a display language for your org. End users' personal language settings override the org-wide display language.|
|Customize text on your sign-in page||
Customize the text of the heading, field labels, and help links on the Sign-In Widget
|Customize a sign-out page||Change the page where users are redirected when they sign out of Okta.|
|Disable the Okta interstitial page||Edit this section if you want to disable the default Okta loading animation that appears when users are redirected to custom applications.|
|Configure a custom application error page||If end users try to access an app that has not been assigned to them, you can redirect them to the default Okta URL or to a custom URL that you provide.|
|Set up a default app redirect||Redirect end users to a custom page when they visit your URL and the target app is unknown.|
|Recently used applications||Allow end users to choose whether or not the Okta End-User Dashboard displays their recently used apps in a separate section.|
|Enable the new Okta End-User Experience||Enable the new end-user experience for an existing organization and migrate your users to the new Okta End-User Dashboard. New organizations have access to the new dashboard by default.|
|Display Options||Edit this section if you want to change your org's URL logo, configure the Okta Home footer, or configure the Onboarding screen. Disabling the Okta Home footer removes the help and request app buttons at the bottom of the Okta End-User Dashboard. Disabling the Okta Onboarding Screen removes both the Getting started with the Okta Browser Plugin banner end users see after installing the plugin for the first time and the Welcome to your Okta Dashboard walkthrough.|