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Version: v4

WorkOS

Documentation

https://workos.com/docs/sso/guide

Configuration

https://dashboard.workos.com

Options

The WorkOS Provider comes with a set of default options:

You can override any of the options to suit your own use case.

Example

import WorkOSProvider from "next-auth/providers/workos";
...
providers: [
WorkOSProvider({
clientId: process.env.WORKOS_CLIENT_ID,
clientSecret: process.env.WORKOS_API_KEY,
}),
],
...

WorkOS is not an identity provider itself, but, rather, a bridge to multiple single sign-on (SSO) providers. As a result, we need to make some additional changes to authenticate users using WorkOS.

In order to sign a user in using WorkOS, we need to specify which WorkOS Connection to use. You should use the organization or connection authorizationParams to specifiy which connection to use:

import { signIn } from "next-auth/react"


const organization = 'ORGANIZATION_ID';
signIn(provider.id, undefined, {
organization,
});

This can be done using a custom login page. See Create a Next.js application with WorkOS SSO and NextAuth.js.