I’m excited to announce the general availability of two key features in Azure AD B2C. First, is the ability to add custom OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity providers for user flows. Second, is the capability to passthrough the access token from identity providers to your application.
Our custom policies currently allow you to use any OIDC identity provider. We extended this capability to the built-in user flows. Just like you can sign in users into Azure AD B2C via Facebook and Google, you can now use any other OIDC identity providers in your user flows. You can even use this to allow users to sign in to Azure AD B2C using their Azure AD work accounts.
To set this up, on the Identity Providers blade, click the New OpenID Connect provider button, and enter the OIDC metadata information. For details, read Set up sign-up and sign-in with OpenID Connect using Azure Active Directory B2C.
We made it easier for your application to leverage the power of social identity providers and their APIs. When a user signs in using an identity provider, like Facebook, your application can now get the identity provider's access token passed through as part of the Azure AD B2C token. You’ll be able to use this access token when you call the identity provider’s API, such as the Facebook Graph API. To learn more, read Pass an access token through a user flow to your application in Azure Active Directory B2C.
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Alex Simons (@Alex_A_Simons)
Corporate VP of Program Management
Microsoft Identity Division
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