Bulk Operations allows for a variety of actions to be taken that involve a selected group of users without having to go through and individually make an operation on each of them.
Begin by proceeding to Users > All Users and then proceed to the More Actions button in the upper right hand corner. Selecting Bulk Operations will bring up the User Bulk Operations pane shown below:
Under Include Users, you can filter between your organization's roles, groups, and user statuses in order to pare down only the specific users you wish the bulk operation to affect. Once you've finalized your user selection, you can choose one of the actions present on the list above.
Activate - Activates the users and allows them to successfully log into their accounts.
Activate and send invite - Activates the users as well as sends invitation emails directing them to the OneLogin sign-in page. See Inviting Users.
Deactivate - Deactivates the users and prevents them from logging into their accounts.
Force Logout Users - Logs all users out of their current OneLogin session and prompts them to log back in. This is especially handy if you suspect a security breach and you need to reset user passwords directly in an external directory like AD, because a password reset alone won't necessarily destroy active user sessions in OneLogin.
Force password reset - Forces all users to reset and choose new passwords.
If Force password reset is not an option on the drop-down, go to Settings > Policies and enable the Allow users to update their directory password setting for each relevant user policy.
Reapply mappings - Re-applies all custom mappings associated with the selected users.
Send invitation - Sends invitational emails to the selected users directing them to the OneLogin sign-in page. See Inviting Users.
Note. We also provide a script that lets you delete multiple OneLogin users in bulk using the OneLogin OAuth API. See Deleting Users in Bulk Using the OneLogin OAuth API.