[PARTS OF THIS CONTENT IS FOR WPO365 v24.0 WHICH HAS NOT YET BEEN RELEASED]
Usage By default, WPO365 will create new users in WordPress using the email address as a username (technically, WPO365 uses the preferred_username claim, if available, which more often than not is the same as the user's email address). Using the dropdown provided, administrators can reconfigure WPO365 to choose a different username when creating a new WordPress user.
|Default|| If selected, WPO365 will take the following claim as username:
|Short||If selected, WPO365 will take the default value but truncate everything right from the '@' and the '@' itself e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org becomes simply john.doe.|
|Custom||If selected, a new input field will appear where you can type the claim that WPO365 must use as a username. If you enter here - for example - oid then WPO365 will create a new user with the user's Azure AD Object ID as username.|
Please note Selecting Short is not recommended, if users sign in from multiple domains. In that case there is a significant risk that user email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org will access one and the same account.
Please note When selecting Custom, you must potentially also update the Order for matching users (on the plugin's Single Sign-on page) so that the option Custom is added as the first item.
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Path WP Admin > WPO365 > User registration
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