You can add, edit, or delete mappings using the appropriate button in the toolbar:
To add a new attribute mapping, simply select the Add button, and fill in the fields shown below. For instance, if you wanted to have your users' office phone numbers available from their Salesforce accounts, you would map the Azure AD attribute telephoneNumber to the Salesforce attribute Phone .
The customizations that you make to your mappings won't go into effect until you select the Apply Changes button in the toolbar.
When you select Apply Changes , we will update every user assigned to this app, and you're users will be able to see each other's phone numbers when they sign in to Salesforce. You will probably notice that some mappings are labeled as "calculated," which means that we are taking the information of one or more source attributes and then modifying them into the desired format for the target attribute. You will be able to edit and define your own calculated mappings in a future update. The other type of mapping is labeled as "default." Rather than mapping an attribute from Azure AD, default mappings instead fill the target attribute with a constant value. You will also be able to edit default mappings in future releases of this feature. If you make a mistake when customizing your attribute mappings, you can remove all of your modifications by clicking the Restore Default button.
I hope you get a chance to try this feature out, and please send us feedback or suggestions that you might have! Regards, Livio
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