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Anyone has one or more “invite only” portals, using Azure B2C and having it configured user friendly? I’m still not successful, feeling like I’m running around in circles…
Mostly because both the register and login functions in the portal use the same user flow in Azure. That works fine for a register-to-all portal, but not to our invite-only portals I guess.
Requirements I have:
The user experience now is:
What also goes wrong in the user experience:
I don't have a great answer for you, just some comments.
The challenge is that by using the local login feature of Azure AD B2C, you are effectively requiring that users register twice. They need to redeem the invitation code on the Portal, and then they need to register a local account in Azure AD B2C.
The Portal doesn't know (or care) what type of authentication is being used by Azure AD B2C. When the Portal sends a user from the Redeem Invite page to Azure AD, it's not in the context of a registration/sign up - it's in the context of a sign in. If they used a social identity like Facebook, they wouldn't need to register with Azure AD B2C, just login.
Can you gone through the process of customizing the Azure AD B2C sign in and sign up pages (docs.microsoft.com/.../azure-ad-b2c That might also help with any confusion as you can add your own messaging.
Interested to hear if anyone else has a good solve for this.
Thanks for your comment. I have customized the sign in/sign up page. But because I can only use one user flow with Azure, I have to include the "Register now" link in this page as well. And when other (not invited) people enter the page, they also see this "Register now" button, what makes it confusing.
The project board for my project unfortunately decided to use the local login for both websites. And that one is deprecated, I know. But they don't see the Azure B2C login as a good alternative yet....
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