Personal apps differ from company apps in that they are completely private to the user who created them. Personal app activity is not logged as an event, and super users cannot see them when assuming a user. Personal apps do not support SAML, but can use OpenID and form-based authentication to sign the user in.
Personal apps are useful because it gives end-users more value out of OneLogin, which will drive usage and adoption of any company apps added to OneLogin. Users can use personal apps to manage logins for hotels, airlines, LinkedIn, TripIt and even Facebook and Twitter.
Personal apps are private and can only be seen, added, modified, or deleted by the end user. Below are instructions for managing your personal apps.
Adding personal apps
Log into your OneLogin account and click the New App button.
Search for and select the app that you want to add to your personal apps.
The initial Configuration page appears.
The app will appear on your App Home in the Personal Apps section. Only you will be able to see your personal apps.
Modifying or deleting personal apps
Log into your OneLogin account.
To edit or delete your personal apps, click the edit icon ()
A checkmark appears on the edit icon
Click the app that you want to modify or delete.
The Edit window appears. In the example below, the user can modify or delete the Netflix app.
To modify the app as it appears on your App Portal, edit the value in the Application Name field and then enter your username and password.
If you edited your app name, click Save.
To delete the app from your App Portal, click the Delete button.
Enabling and disabling personal apps
OneLogin Account Owners can enable or disable access for end users to add personal apps. Go to Settings > Account Settings and select or clear the Enable Personal Applications option.