Released in November 2017 to all our customers, the new OneLogin Portal is our fastest end-user portal yet, focused on employee productivity and delightful user experience.
All new customers get the new portal by default.
To help existing customers migrate their users gracefully to the new portal, we provide a user policy setting that lets you try out the new portal with targeted groups of users before you roll it out to your entire organization. We anticipate that by December 31, 2017 we will require all users to switch to the new portal.
What does the new portal bring?
Super fast performance
Running on a scalable Node.js architecture, with a UI written in React and UI elements served up using CloudFront CDN, the new portal is fast.
Clean, simple, responsive interface with everyday human words and iconography
Search bar that lets you search for apps as you type, and open an app just by hitting Enter on your keyboard
Behaviorally-driven "Frequents" tab that learns your usage patterns and displays the apps you use the most
Company "app store" that lets users browse and search for company apps that they might want to add
- Touch ready: all UI elements work on touch screens
- Intuitive keyboard-only navigation
- Instant detection and fast installation of browser extensions
How to switch to the new Portal
User policies now include a new (temporary) administrative setting that lets you try out the new portal with targeted groups of users before you roll it out to your entire organization. For each user policy, you'll have the following options:
- Users can only use legacy Portal (default)
- Allow users to switch between legacy and new Portal via Profile preferences
- Users can only use new Portal
Existing accounts are set to Users can only use legacy Portal by default. When you roll out the new portal to your users, you can opt for a soft switch (your users can switch to the new portal when they want, using a preference setting on their Profile page) or a hard switch (users will only see the new portal). A soft switch can help you understand if your users need any internal training or special instructions. If you have multiple user policies, you can use one of them to try out the new portal with a targeted group of users before you roll it out to your entire organization.
This portal version setting is temporary. We expect to end-of-life the legacy portal and switch all customers to the new portal by December 31, 2017. The portal settings will be removed from user policies and Profile preferences at that time.