As a Super user or Account owner, you can:
You add apps on the Apps > Add Apps page. You can also configure many apps for user provisioning, if your account subscription allows it.
Manage all of your account’s applications from the Apps > Company Apps page.
View the entire list of applications that your company provides for its users, and configure each app just by selecting it from the list.
Give your users access to apps, either individually or through Roles.
Delegate app-specific administration rights to other users through the Manage application privilege.
The Manage application privilege enables users to configure and maintain app integrations, but does not allow users to add or delete apps.
To add an app to your company app catalog, simply go to Apps > Add Apps and search for the app you want to add.
Click the app row to open the app configuration page.
Click Save. The app is now added to your company app catalog. You just need to configure it and give users access to it.
Tip. There are thousands of apps in our catalog. But if you don't find the app you want, or you want to add an in-house application, you can build an application connector using Custom Connectors. You can also request that OneLogin build a new app connector by going to our request page:
Your dashboard for app management is the Apps > Company Apps page.
Click any app row to configure the app.
If you have the Account owner or Super user privilege, you'll see all of the apps in your company catalog. If you have the Manage application privilege, you'll only see the apps you've been granted access to manage.
You can organize the way your company applications display to your users by separating them into tabs.
Go to Apps > Manage Tabs to add tabs and assign apps to them. Users must enable tab display in their Profile settings to see tabs in their own Apps Home (portal). They'll only see the tabs that include apps they have access to.
By default, there are two tabs, Personal and Your Company Name.
To configure an application--set up SSO, assign users, add security policies, enable provisioning, set display preferences--just click the app on the Company Apps page to launch the app configuration page.
The configuration interface is not the same for every app. Apps that use form-based authentication are all configured essentially the same way. For details, see Adding a Form-based Application. Configuration for SAML-enabled apps and provisioning-enabled apps can vary quite a bit. See the app-specific configuration instructions in the App Integration section of the support site for the apps you want to configure.
Assigning application access to users
The most efficient way to assign applications to users is to create Roles, which are buckets of apps that an identifiable group of users (the Sales department, for example) all need access to, and then assign users to those Roles. You can also assign users manually to applications on the Applications tab of the user details page (Users > All Users> select user).
Delegating application administration
You can delegate app-specific administration rights to other users through the Manage application privilege.
Here's what a user with the Manage application privilege can do:
Configure and maintain app integrations, including display name and icon, SAML SSO integration, security polices, and provisioning integration.
Assign users to the app, but only if they also have the Manage users privilege.
See the Apps menu in their menu bar, containing only the Company Apps menu item.
Their Company Apps dashboard displays only the the apps for which they've been assigned the Manage application privilege.
The Manage application privilege does not allow users to add or delete apps. Nor does it enable users to give other users the Manage application privilege.
There are two ways for a Super user or Account owner to give a user the Manage application privilege:
On the User details page
Go to Users > All Users and select the user.
On the User Info tab, scroll down to the Privileges section, click the + plus sign to open the Add Privilege dialog, and select Manage application.
This will trigger the dialog to display the Application drop-down.
From the Application drop-down, select the application you want the user to manage.
If you want to assign more than one app for the user to manage, you must add a separate Manage application privilege for each application.
On the app configuration page
On the Company Apps page, click the app you want the user to manage.
Go to the Privileges tab and search for the user.
In the search results, click Add Admin next to the user that you want.
After you click Add Admin, the user appears in the list of App Admins.
Don't forget to click Save.